We always love the discovery of Harlem’s rich history. Here’s a vintage photograph of the Metropolitan Hook and Ladder Company No. 14, on the dirt 125th street, between Third and Fourth Avenues in Harlem, New York, 1867.
Small and large developments are filling in the vacant lots that once pockmarked the neighborhood, and today we have a look at one coming to 3 West 128th Street, between Fifth Avenue and Malcolm X Boulevard. Continue Reading →
It was an eviction by demolition. An East Harlem landlord, a building manager and a contractor have been accused of gut renovating a building while a family of seven — including five young kids — were still living inside, authorities said Tuesday. Continue Reading →