2125 Lexington Avenue In Harlem, 1913

ORIG 1913 PHOTO 2125 Lexington Harlem SUBWAY NYC New York City

A great photograph on a nice sunny day during construction of a East Harlem brownstone  at 2125 Lexington Avenue at 126th Street in Harlem, New York, 1913. Continue Reading →

Like Others Harlem’s Hale House Becomes Luxury Housing

haelm house in harlemNY Curbed reports that if there’s one thing that has become clear during the current luxury residential building boom, it’s that Manhattan is no longer a place to not make a profit. Continue Reading →

At Harlem Home With Tamara And Gregory

tamara tunie with in harlemWall Street Journal reports that actress Tamara Tunie and jazz vocalist Gregory Generet took on the renovation of their five-story Harlem townhouse in phases. After deciding to downsize, they recently listed the home for $3.75 million. Continue Reading →

The Columbia Trust Company, Harlem, 1930′s

index.phpThe Columbia Trust Company in Harlem at 151-153 West 125th Street at Lenox Avenue – Seventh Avenue, Harlem, New York, 1930′s. Continue Reading →

New York Juvenile Asylum in Washington Heights, 1856-1901

juvenile asylum 1New York Juvenile Asylum, 175th Street near between 10th and 11th Avenues just north of Harlem in Washington Heights, New York, 1872.

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Jeff Sutton Receives $95M Loan for Harlem Whole Foods Project

whoel foods on 125th streetCommercial Observer reports that Jeff Sutton owner of Wharton Properties has obtained a construction loan from Natixis Real Estate Capital to develop a 33,000 square foot retail property along 125th Street, Harlem’s busiest commercial thoroughfare, Mortgage Observer has first learned. Continue Reading →

Harlem Family Demands Fix From Abyssinian Development Corporation

harlem house by ADC1The house of their dreams turned into a nightmare. A Harlem family that spent their life’s savings to purchase their first house is demanding the landlord — Abyssinian Development Corporation — cough up $250,000 to fix the flawed pad they say is riddled with construction defects. Continue Reading →

East Harlem Health Center, Harlem, 1940′s

East 115th Street  East Harlem Health CenterA wonderful photograph by the Wurts Brothers of the East 115th Street East Harlem Health Center, in East Harlem, New York, around 1940′s. Continue Reading →

Second Avenue and East 115th Street, Harlem, 1901

East 115th Street in 1901East 115th Street in 1901 (Second Avenue and  E. 115th Street. Looking South East, October 15th, 1901.) Notice the store sign to the upper center of this photo. Continue Reading →