Get This Central Harlem Townhouse For Only $2.5 Mil

great home in Harlem2This Harlem townhouse has been completed gutted at 109 West 132nd Street, #1, Harlem, New York. Already in motion to become one of the most luxurious homes in Harlem, there has already been major renovation work completed. Continue Reading →

Mixed-Use Building Wraps Up Construction In Harlem

260-West-153rd-Street-777x517In Early 2015, YIMBY revealed renderings of L+M Development Partners’ planned seven-story, 50-unit mixed-use building at 260 West 153rd Street, in Harlem. Since then the project has wrapped up construction, according to DNAinfo. Continue Reading →

Quantum Equities Sells 4300 Broadway In Washington Heights

washington heights real estate3Quantum Equities, a privately-owned investor of multi-family and commercial properties in the greater New York Metro area, has sold 4300 Broadway, Washington Heights, New York. Continue Reading →

215th Street Steps Have Finally Been Revamped

e749190a3f1b99ebf99f4fcb16210f32Two years after renovation work began on Inwood‘s historic 215th Street staircase or “The Stairs of Death,” or the “Italian Terrace” as it was called in 1911 —which connects Park Terrace East to Broadway over a 50-foot incline—the work has finished, and the refurbished stairs are set to make their public debut. Continue Reading →

Live On One of Uptown’s Alluring Streets For $1.7M

jumel mansion areaaInwood, north of Harlem in New York City is home to many historic side streets—your 125th Streets, or Riverside Drives—that are utterly picturesque, and reminiscent of a Uptown before it became overrun by condos and other new development. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s P.S. 186 Affordable Units Will Rent From $508

PS186 Residential Entry RenderingP.S. 186 in Harlem is in the midst of a transformation from dilapidated, abandoned building to a $48.6 million mixed-use development, with a focus on low- to middle-income housing. Continue Reading →

LGBT Youth Shelter To Take Over Harlem Manning Church

manning church in harlem via googleHarlem’s ATLAH World Missionary Church, whose billboard has been home to countless homophobic and xenophobic messages, may be heading to the auction block after incurring debts and tax liens of more than $1.02 million. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Levine And Others To Hold Landlord Accountable For Dangerous Conditions

mark levine 2Elected officials and advocates rallied in front of buildings run by Durst-owned BCB Management in upper Manhattan to show support for rent-stabilized tenants living under dangerous conditions. Continue Reading →

Landlord’s Campaign To Displace Rent-Stabilized Tenants In Harlem

mark levine 2On Saturday, January 30, elected officials, tenants, and tenant advocates from Pa’lante Harlem will rally in front of 3147 and 3149 Broadway in an effort to highlight the predatory behavior of the building’s owner, BCB Property Management. Continue Reading →

NYC’s First Passive House Rental Tops Out In Harlem

542-W-153-render-1Passive house construction is expensive, but condos built according to the energy-saving standard are becoming more common throughout New York City. Rentals, however, are still few and far between. Continue Reading →