Harlem Lofts Sets Townhouse Record Sale Of $4.1 Mil

The sale of the 3-family townhouse 123 West 119th Street, exclusively listed by real estate brokerage firm Harlem Lofts and located between Lenox Avenue aka Malcolm X Blvd. and Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard, in Central Harlem closed on September 14th 2017. Continue Reading →

RWN Buys Harlem Bankruptcy Site At Auction

Ari Shalam’s RWN Real Estate Partners emerged as the top bidder in a bankruptcy auction to buy Hans Futterman’s distressed development site in Harlem. Continue Reading →

Why Bodegas Are Crucial To The Continued Success Of Real Estate From Harlem To Hollis

New York Yimby reports that Technology and urbanity have a long and tempestuous relationship, with the former’s advancement over the past century having had an occasionally deleterious effect on the latter. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Sugar Hill Capital Partners To Turn Park Slope Senior Center Into High-End Rentals

NY Curbed reports that the long, complicated (and often very sadsaga concerning the Prospect Park Residence nursing home looks to be coming to a close under new ownership. Continue Reading →

Condominium Development Reveal In West Harlem

West Harlem has been booming with infill development over the past few years, and YIMBY recently revealed two new residential buildings coming to Convent Avenue, in the immediate blocks northwest of West 125th Street. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s National Black Theatre Partners With L+M On Redevelop (Update)

A Harlem cultural institution that was on the brink of collapse a few year ago is partnering with one of the city’s best-connected developers to make over its property at the corner of 125th Street and Fifth Avenue. Continue Reading →

Papers Filed For Development In Washington Heights

NY Yimby reports that the new building applications have been filed for a six-story development at 453 West 162nd Street, immediately to the east of the C train’s 163rd St-Amsterdam Avenue stop, in Washington Heights. Continue Reading →

National Black Theater In Harlem To Become Huge Mixed-Use Building

Patch reports that a partnership between Harlem‘s National Black Theater — which once faced bankruptcy — and a real estate development firm could result in another massive mixed-used development on 125th Street, according to reports. Continue Reading →

“Living In America: Frank Lloyd Wright, Harlem & Modern Housing” Show Opens In Harlem

“[easyazon_link identifier=”B00137GFC6″ locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]Living in America[/easyazon_link],” a phrase written on wooden panels traveling with the model of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Broadacre City (1929–58), evokes a question that preoccupied architects and planners throughout the mid-twentieth century: How to live together? Continue Reading →

Neglected Building To Become 6-Story Apartment Complex In Harlem

Patch reports that a neglected three-story building in Harlem is set to be replaced by a six-story apartment complex. Continue Reading →

Park In Harlem Renamed For Retiring Assemblyman Herman “Denny” Farrell

NY1 reports that Governor Andrew Cuomo and state leaders renamed Riverbank State Park in Harlem after retiring Assemblyman Herman “Denny” Farrell. Continue Reading →

Harlem Townhouse Prices Have Increased 171 %

NY Curbed reports that Harlem townhouse prices are skyrocketing is no surprise; every few months, a new townhouse comes on the market trying to create a new sales record. Continue Reading →

Permits Filed For Development In West Harlem NY

NY Yimby reports that [easyazon_link identifier=”0810939460″ locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]Central Park[/easyazon_link] North doesn’t often see new developments, but now, new building applications have been filed for a vacant site at 145 West [easyazon_link identifier=”B000RKW2MW” locale=”US” tag=”harlemworld-20″]110th Street[/easyazon_link], in Harlem. Continue Reading →

When Will Harlem’s Townhouse Market Catch Up With Manhattan Prices?

In a recent analysis by PropertyShark, focusing on Harlem’s townhouse market. Continue Reading →

Inwood Library’s Transformation Into Affordable Housing Is Closer

NY Curbed reports that plans to redevelop Inwood’s library into affordable housing is moving forward. Last week, the city’s Department of Housing Preservation and Development, in partnership with the New York Public Library, released a request for proposals to redevelop the site at 4790 Broadway. Continue Reading →