Central Harlem Leads City In Rate Of Noise Complaints

Patch reports that Central Harlem had the highest rate of noise complaints in New York City between 2010 and 2015, according to a new report by State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. Continue Reading →

Food Bank For NYC Supports Harlem Community In Day Service, To Harlem with Love

Each year, Food Bank honors Dr. King’s legacy by hosting a day of service, and engaging friends and partners in meaningful service projects that build resiliency in high-need communities.
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Azimuth Development Plans 30-Unit Building And Church In Central Harlem

The Real Deal reports that Azimuth Development Group is planning a mixed-use building with 30 residential units and a church in Central Harlem. Continue Reading →

Record-Breaking Central Harlem Townhouse Sells For $4.59M

NY Curbed reports that a landmarked 1890 Queen Anne-style townhouse in Central Harlem has set a record for the neighborhood after selling for $4.59 million. Continue Reading →

Holiday Meal For Vulnerable New Yorkers At Harlem Soup Kitchen

On Friday, Food Bank For New York City (Food Bank) will serve a festive holiday meal to more than 500 New Yorkers in need of food, including an early seating just for seniors. Continue Reading →

Harlem Building And Historic District Under Consideration For Landmark Designation

Today, the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC), unanimously voted in favor of calendaring. Continue Reading →

Developer Files Plans For New Apartments In Harlem

Patch reports that a developer has filed plans to build six-story apartment buildings at two different sites in Central Harlem. Continue Reading →

A Day In The Life, Of Harlem Lacrosse Students (Video)

US Lacrosse Magazine reports on the day in the life of Harlem Lacrosse, students featuring PS 76, a public middle school in Central Harlem where lacrosse has become part of the fabric of the school. Continue Reading →

Health Department Launches Campaign “Breastfeeding Friendly Communities” From Harlem To Hollis

The Health Department’s Center for Health Equity launched a new campaign “Breastfeeding Friendly Communities” to raise awareness about a mother’s right to breastfeed in public whenever and wherever she chooses. 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 →

Rate Of STDs Rising From Harlem To Hollis

A source reports that a study released this week shows STDs are on the rise in New York City, and particularly in Central Harlem. Continue Reading →

Heat-Related Health Risks Greatest In Harlem, DOH finds

NY1 reports that the city has pinpointed neighborhoods where its toughest to live during hot weather. Continue Reading →

Uptown Manhattan’s “Stunning Drop” Off A Cliff

It was a sluggish first half of the year for Northern Manhattan’s commercial real estate market, with a stunning drop in sales volume and mixed pricing results. Continue Reading →

Charming Mid-Century Brownstone For Sale In Harlem

Charm remains in this wonderfully modest brownstone house at 130 West 131st Street, built in 1910 in Central Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Brewer Announces Return Of Fresh Food For Seniors For 2017 From Harlem To Houston

Today, Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer announced the relaunch of her Fresh Food for Seniors program for 2017, which will operate through November, 2017. Continue Reading →

Health Department CSS Of NY Host Resident Photo Show In Harlem

The Health Department’s Center for Health Equity and the Community Service Society of New York (CSS) today hosted a photography exhibit showcasing the work of 28 public housing residents in East and Central Harlem. Continue Reading →

A Developers Dream Is The Best Home For Sale In Harlem

Historic landmarked building built in early 1900’s and designed by James Edward Ware, an American architect. Continue Reading →

Harlem CEO Creates Technology To Bring Renewable Energy Around The World

“Boxing is very much like business,” Jessica Matthews said. “You not only think about what your next move will be, you also realize that for every action, there’s a reaction.” Continue Reading →

30% Of The Black-Owned Businesses In NY Disappeared

New York’s fast-gentrifying neighborhoods have contributed to an economic boom in the city over the last 15 years, with the number of new storefronts and companies increasing by 45%. Continue Reading →

Duke University Alumni 7th Annual Wild About Wellness Health Day In Harlem

DukeNY will again partner with The Children’s Aid Society at their Dunlevy Milbank Community Center in Central Harlem to offer a health fair, sports activities and wellness workshops as part of Duke Alums Engage. Continue Reading →