Phony Harlem Landowners Sentenced For Deed Fraud

Two men are facing several years in jail for posing as landlords to fraudulently sell buildings — including a Harlem brownstone — that they never even owned, prosecutors announced. Continue Reading →

Harlem State Senator Candidate Is Exec At Company That Owns Problem Properties

Many tenants in Harlem who are lacking heat or hot water, living in decrepit conditions, or getting slapped with an eviction notice now know who to call: soon-to-be state Sen. Brian Benjamin. Continue Reading →

Record Breaking Real Estate Sale For East Harlem

Forbes Magazine reports that an East Harlem condo at 1399 Park Avenue – a new development on East 104th Street – recently fetched $3.6m. Continue Reading →

Pathmark Site Brings More Legal Trouble For Abyssinian Development In Harlem

Crains New York reports that a Pathmark supermarket was a lifeline of fresh food when it arrived in East Harlem two decades ago. Continue Reading →

104th Street And Broadway, Harlem, New York 1910

In the photo above, we can see a lot of street-level action and detail from fashion to transportation to interesting store signage at 104th Street and Broadway, Harlem, New York, 1910. Continue Reading →

Bohemia Realty’s Third Workshop Is A Hit In Harlem

Gearing up for Bohemia Realty Group’s March Community Workshop are moderators (l-r) Beth Gittleman, Head of Sales & Development, and Emily Ackerman, Senior Sales Agent & Certified Negotiation Expert, joined by featured guest speaker Don E. Perodin, Sales Manager, Private Mortgage Banking, Wells Fargo. Continue Reading →

Harlem Fave Michael Jackson’s Neverland Only $67 Million

We will always love the legend Michel Jackson, from his performances at the Apollo Theatre, his funeral along 125th Street, and much more. In real estate, it might not be a bargain but Michael Jackson’s Neverland, sans Michael’s menagerie of animals and carnival rides, is now much more affordable. Continue Reading →

Update: Wharton Secures $125M Loan For 125th Street Property In Harlem

Meridian Capital Group arranged $125 million of balance sheet and mezzanine financing for a retail property at 100 West 125th Street in Harlem, NY on behalf of Jeff Sutton/Wharton Properties. Continue Reading →

One Of Harlem’s Last-Remaining Mitchell-Lama Buildings At Risk

Local politicians are asking the federal government to help preserve an East Harlem affordable housing complex built in 1974 under the Mitchell-Lama program, which has provided housing for low- and middle-income families for decades. Continue Reading →

Rental Tower Approved By CB 11 In East Harlem

A 68-story rental tower by real estate investment firm AvalonBay Communities could soon be on the verge of construction in East Harlem. Continue Reading →