Harlem‘s main shopping strip on 125th Street has attracted an H&M, an Old Navy and a smattering of trendy eateries, but the area still doesn’t have a major grocery store. Now it is getting a Whole Foods. Continue reading
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Retail rents in Harlem are duplicating the path taken by home prices and rents in the area since the boom. According to the New York Daily News, that increasingly means national chains are replacing the Harlem’s beloved mom-and-pop businesses. Continue reading
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Taste of Ethiopia, a food business launched in Harlem less than one year ago, is about to get a taste of stardom. Continue reading
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Harlem will soon benefit from a grand orchestration by retail maestro Jeff Sutton, who is developing 100 W. 125th St. on the southwest corner of Lenox Avenue into an approximately 180,000 square-foot shopping Mecca.
We’ve just learned that Burlington Coat Factory has signed a lease for a 70,000 square-foot swath covering the third through fifth floors of the project. Continue reading
Emmitt Smith can do it all—win Super Bowls, dance with the stars, garble his words uncontrollably on ESPN—but can he succeed where so many others have failed and build a new hotel on 125th Street? Continue reading
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