Make Under $40K? No Apartments To Rent In Harlem

real estate in harlemGreat story from Gothamist about unaffordable rents. Sure, plenty of people think they can survive Harlem, New York on the delicate wings of a dream and a freelance paycheck, but if you’re planning to, say, find fancy shelter with four walls and a roof, you may be out of luck. Continue Reading →

Congregation Ansche Chesed, Harlem 1876-

AnscheChesed1927ExtCongregation Ansche Chesed (People of Mercy) was founded in 1876 as a German-speaking synagogue in Yorkville. From about 1877 to 1909 the congregation worshiped at 160 East 112th Street, in a building now used by Christ Apostolic Church of U.S.A. Continue Reading →

Seventh Church of Christ, Harlem, 1919-1920

Orig 1920 Harlem Christian Science Seventh Church New York CityThe original edifice of the Seventh Church of Christ, Scientist was built in 1919 at 516 West 112th Street in Harlem, New York.
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Developer To Replace Abyssinian’s Pathmark With Condo

east harlem condoExtell Development, one of the city’s biggest developers, has its sights set on East Harlem said a Daily News article. Continue Reading →

Harlem World Magazine Supports Call for Palisades Protection

palisades in supportThe New Jersey Conservation Foundation, the Palisades Park Conservancy, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Regional Plan Association, the New Jersey Sierra Club, the Natural Resources Defense Council and five other respected park and preservation organizations joined in filing a “friend of the court” brief today in New Jersey Appellate Court against LG Electronics’ plans to erect a 143-foot tower less than 60 yards from Palisades Interstate Park. Continue Reading →

REBNY’s Harlem Open House Expo

Harlem Open House Expo with Brian Phillips, TheMobileBroker® Real Estate In The Big Apple and Dee RieberHundreds of agents, brokers, prospective homeowners, and members of the public gathered for The Real Estate Board of New York’s (REBNY) 2nd Annual Upper Manhattan Committee Harlem Open House Expo this past weekend on April 5 and 6, 2014. Continue Reading →

NYCHA Begins Reno At Randolph Houses

randolph housesNearly ten years ago, the New York City Housing Authority relocated tenants in Harlem’s Randolph Houses, telling them that the buildings were going to be renovated, but nothing ever happened and the dilapidate 19th century structures continued to decay. Continue Reading →