Marcus Garvey Park, like all of Harlem, is contested space. It was named for the Pan-Africanist leader in 1973, but the adjoining landmarked district retains the old name, Mount Morris Park. Continue Reading →
He’s throwing his hat into the ring as the Big Apple’s most wanted chapeau-wearing bank robber. Continue Reading →
The New York City residential sales market started 2017 with robust activity and price growth in the first quarter of the year, according to the Real Estate Board of New York’s (REBNY) Residential Sales Report. Continue Reading →
This week, the Soft Touch Car Wash in Inwood, Manhattan closed; nearly a year after a $1.65 million settlement was won for workers who had their wages stolen, resulting in the business filing for bankruptcy. Continue Reading →
The NYPD is searching for a suspect who they say used a magic marker to scrawl what is described as “anti-white” graffiti on a planter in upper Manhattan. Continue Reading →
T.J. Maxx, a retailer that has long touted lower pricing for expensive department store clothing, is coming to Harlem next month. Continue Reading →
Jason Pomeranc and his brothers opened the downtown boutique hotel 60 Thompson the night before the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and look toward Harlem and other areas for growth. Continue Reading →
Considered an engineering marvel when it opened in 1848, the High Bridge is part of the Croton Aqueduct that crosses Harlem River and is based on Roman engineering.