Eichner’s Continuum To Build 24-Story Tower In Harlem

FINALIan Bruce Eichner’s Continuum Company is looking to build a 525-foot-tall, 24-story mixed-use project in East Harlem. Continue Reading →

Help Preserve America’s Black History: The Most Endangered Historic Places List

ihxifxXSklrujwU-580x326-noPadThe National Trust for Historic Preservation is accepting nominations for its annual list of America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places®. Continue Reading →

116th And Lenox, Harlem, NY 1893

lenox1893Before the cycles of real estate development started the in greatest community in the world in Harlem, there was always a beginning, the above photo shows 116th Street and Lenox Avenue, 1893 Continue Reading →

Residence Of Judge Ingraham, Harlem, NY, 1858

judges home in harlemResidence of Judge (Daniel Phoenix) Ingraham, he was third Judge of the Court of Common Pleas, was born in New York City, April  2, 1800.

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Harlem To Lose Bastion Of Affordable Housing

lakeview-gallery-04The Lakeview Apartments, a four-building, 446-unit complex, is one of the last remaining state-guaranteed affordable housing complexes in East Harlem. But the complex’s owner hopes to change that. Continue Reading →

125th Street And Fifth Avenue, Harlem, NY, 1920

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A great view of 125th Street  and Fifth Avenue in Harlem, twenty years after the turn of the century and the first year of the roaring 1920’s. Continue Reading →

Architect George Ranalli Moves To Harlem’s Factory District

extralargeInternationally renowned architect George Ranalli has ditched his Chelsea office for Harlem. Ranalli, the dean of City College’s architecture school, who taught at Yale for 20 years, has had work featured in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and has given lectures in Turin, Rome, Tokyo and all over the U.S., set up a new office at 447 West 127th St. this past June.

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