Harlem Residents Say So What Over Push To Rename The Area Soha

NY1 reports that of all the neighborhood names in America, few are as rich historically, socially, and culturally as Harlem. Continue Reading →

Harlem Special Election With A Brian Benjamin Win

Harlem’s game of political musical chairs comes to an end Tuesday. Voters elected Democrat Brian Benjamin to serve as the new State Senator for New York’s 30th District — which spans most of Central Harlem and parts of West Harlem, East Harlem, the Upper West Side and Washington Heights. Continue Reading →

Residents: Don’t Call Southern Harlem ‘SoHa’

There has long been a debate about where Harlem starts: North of Central Park, 116 Street or 125 Street? But this is different. This is the rebranding. 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 →

Harlem Minority And Women Business Owners Received Less Than Fair Share (Update)

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On Sunday, December 8th, 2016, Comptroller Scott Stringer hosted a Minority and Women Business Enterprise (MWBE) owned business round table hosted at Cheri Restaurant on Lenox Avenue in Harlem, New York. Continue Reading →

Eugene Giscombe Talks Real Estate On Harlem World Radio (#1)

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On Friday, August 12th, high top the historic Hotel Theresa, on 125th Street, Harlem World Magazine Radio Podcast host Danny Tisdale set down and spoke to longtime Harlemite, one time chair of the Community Board #10, and the 125th Street BID (Business Improvement District), avid big game hunter and real estate veteran Eugene Giscombe. Continue Reading →

Apply For 53 Affordable Units in Historic Harlem Now!

Strivers-Plaza-The lottery is open for 53 brand new affordable units at 275 West 140th Street in central Harlem. The building, dubbed Strivers Plaza in reference to its proximity to the nearby historic homes of Striver’s Row, is an eight-story structure designed by affordable housing gurus Aufgang Architects. Continue Reading →

The ‘Mayor Of 125th Street’ In Harlem Eugene Giscombe Passes

CCCADI Honoree Eugene Giscombe with President and Founder of CCCADI DrEugene Giscombe, the founder, president and chief executive of the Harlem commercial real estate firm, Giscombe Realty Group, died on Sunday (July 10) at the age of 76. Continue Reading →

Stay In Harlem For The Go Africa Harlem 2016 Street Festival In “Little Africa”

South_Africa_Johannesburg_cultural_dance_festival_5526880f20fb4465bcf3eeecd8b165beWhen you need a break from the Harlem Book Fair, head down to the first annual Go Africa Harlem 2016 Street Festival, with African food, dance, music, clothing and more from Harlem to Harare on Saturday, July 16, 2016, on 116th Street in “Little Africa” Harlem. Continue Reading →

Rent In Harlem Randolph Houses As Low as $788/Month

randolph-houses-HarlemBrick Underground reports that applications opened today for affordable rentals in Harlem’s historic—and newly refurbished—Randolph Houses at 114th Street, all of them asking less than $850 a month. Continue Reading →