Neighborhood Eats Has A Recipe For Tortilla Espanola (Vide)

You’d be hard pressed to find another tapas restaurant in Central Harlem. Continue Reading →

Meridian Capital Lends A Hand In Central Harlem

Meridian Capital Group has arranged $125 million in balance sheet and mezzanine financing for 100 W. 125th St. in Harlem, a six-story, 200,000-square-foot retail property. Continue Reading →

Lottery Opens For Affordable Units Across Harlem

Second to the Bronx, Central Harlem has seen perhaps the most new affordable housing opportunities in the city. Continue Reading →

Plans Filed For 15-Story Development In Harlem

Plans have been filed with the city Department of Buildings to construct a 15-story, mixed-use development in Central Harlem. Continue Reading →

How Bad Are Street Surfaces In Your Harlem Hood?

If your Uber rides home from the bar are starting to feel more like back-road safari trips, a new street quality ranking (and mapping!) project from NYC’s Independent Budget Office may explain why. Continue Reading →

Affordable Housing, Tech Incubator To Be Built On City-Owned Land In Harlem

A city-owned vacant lot in Central Harlem has been selected for a development project that includes restaurant space, affordable housing units and space for a tech incubator. Continue Reading →

Report Says “East Harlem’s District 4 Is The Worst District For Middle Schoolers”

If you’re a parent in East or Central Harlem, your education options are slim — both neighborhoods house the worst districts for middle schools in the city, according to a new report released Thursday by StudentsFirstNY. Continue Reading →

Request For Proposals From The Manhattan District Attorney

As part of efforts to prevent crime and enhance public safety in Manhattan, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for their Saturday Night Lights (SNL) program. Continue Reading →

“In The Heat Of The Summer,” The Harlem Riot Of 1964

prof-michael-w-flammOn the morning of July 16, 1964, a white police officer in New York City shot and killed a black teenager, James Powell, across the street from the high school where he was attending summer classes. Continue Reading →

Yolande’s Yard: Hooked On Harlem Hookah

hookah2By Yolande Brener

I went to Harlem Hookah for the Bloggers, Authors, and Publishers celebration on October 5th, 2016. Husband and wife co-owners, Tiffany and Stephen Bowen, gave my friend and I a warm welcome when we arrived. Continue Reading →