The Boys and Girls Club of Harlem moved one step closer Thursday to turning its new home from a deserted school building to a $48.6 million state-of-the-art facility, along with affordable housing. Continue Reading →
The chairman of the board of the group charged with distributing $150 million in community benefit funds from Columbia University’s Manhattanville campus expansion resigned on Tuesday — just hours before his board chose the nonprofit where his sister is executive vice president to administer half of the group’s $20 million affordable housing fund. Continue Reading →
The coalition of more than 50 housing advocacy groups known as the “Real Affordability for All Coalition” will demonstrate at Harlem’s First Corinthian Baptist Church with speeches and a march on Wednesday afternoon, the groups announced last week. Continue Reading →
“Developers for the space, known as El Barrio’s Artspace PS 109 and located between Second and Third avenues, fielded 51,313 online applications via a city website by the July 14 deadline, officials said. Continue Reading →
Don’t miss out on Habitat for Humanity New York City’s first-ever Young Professionals Network Launch Party – perfect for Harlem young professionals!
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A day after Mayor Bill de Blasio and other high-ranking elected officials lauded the completion of a permanently affordable apartment building in Harlem’s Sugar Hill section Monday, some housing experts are raising questions about its cost. Continue Reading →
Greater Harlem Housing Development Corporation owns this slice on West 135th Street in central Harlem. Continue Reading →