Home Depot is aiming to build up its staff, hiring 10,000 more workers than last year for its spring season as the housing market heats up. Continue reading
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Tagged Employment, Home Depot, Home improvement, jobs, new jersey, New York, Retail, Temporary work, Tim Crow
“Some 900,000 people walk along 125th Street each month.” - Barbara Askins, 125th Street BID
The recession slowed commercial real estate development everywhere, but it was particularly hard on Harlem, which had only recently begun to attract national retailers after decades of disinvestment. Continue reading
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Tagged 125th Street, Apollo Theater, Barbara Askins, Blondel Pinnock, Cambria Suites, Carver Federal Savings Bank, Create@Harlem Green, Deborah C. Wright, Drew Greenwald, Eighth Avenue (Manhattan), Harlem, Harlem Brewery Company, Janus Partners, Joe’s Crab Shack, Kenneth J. Knuckles, Monadnock Construction, New York, New York City, Old Navy, Retail, Taystee Bakery, Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone
Leading transportation policy decision makers from around the country are gathered at NYU today for the National Association of City Transportation Officials’ “Designing Cities” conference. Continue reading
We love the swag of Candaice Deabreu, the retail sales associate we saw in a recent post of The Look Book in NYMagazine.com:
“I’ve changed my hair five times this year. You don’t need a head full of hair to be beautiful.”
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Tagged arts, Beauty, Candaice Deabreu, Design, Fashion, Hair, Hair Care, Health, July, may, NY Magazine, Retail, Shopping, T.J. Maxx, T.J. Maxx, The Look Book, TJ Maxx
N Boutique is MOVING to an exciting new location a few blocks away from the West 116th street store. If you are not currently on N’s mailing list or have changed your mailing address, please forward your information to “firstname.lastname@example.org” so that you can be apprised on the new store opening and re-launch event! Thank you so much for your continued support.
best, Lenn Shebar, Owner, N Harlem
The economy takes another retail store. We’ve just found out that one of Harlem’s premiere fashion venues has closed, NHarlem after 4-5 years in it’ location on 116th Street (between Lenox Avenue and 7th Avenues).
N Harlem was on of the first venues in Harlem to offer upscale apparel from Nicole Miller, Sephora and other high end products.
They will be missed.
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