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 →

Sen. Espaillat Rips Sell By GHCC

letter28u-2-webGreater Harlem Housing Development Corporation owns this slice on West 135th Street in central Harlem. Continue Reading →

Eastern Consolidated To Market Harlem Building For $3.8M

101 West 143rd StreetEastern Consolidated, an investment sales brokerage firm, has been retained as the exclusive agent to market a six-story, mixed-use residential and commercial building at 101 West 143rd Street. Continue Reading →

Harlem Rent Prices Soar To New Records

east-harlem-e12867272964941Harlem led the way when it comes to rising Manhattan rents over the last year, a real estate report released Thursday found. Continue Reading →

Ron Ferdinand New Haute Real Estate Pro In Harlem

ron-ferdinandsHaute Living Real Estate Network will feature Ron Ferdinand as a preferred real estate professional. Continue Reading →

The Annual Report Of Harlem Real Estate 2013

convent-avenue-area-near-city-college-fastest-grwoing-areas-in-harlemHarlem real estate remains as hot as ever as one can see on the Harlem Wold Magazine Most Expensive Homes in Harlem widget on our homepages right hand column! Continue Reading →

Getty Gas Station, 125th Street and 12th Avenue, 1950′s

This is a photograph of the Getty gas station looking southeast on the corner of 125th Street and 12th Avenue in Manhattanville in West Harlem during the early 1950′s. Continue Reading →

The Harlem Hall, Harlem 1873

Just east of Park Avenue at 125th street, the building in the center of this photograph was once The Harlem Hall in 1873. Continue Reading →

John E. (Jack) Nail, Harlem Real Estate Mogul

John E. (Jack) Nail, a successful Harlem realtor, was born in New London, Connecticut in 1883.  His parents, Elizabeth and John B. Nail, moved to New York City where the senior Nail bought a hotel, restaurant, and billiard parlor after working for a time in a gambling house. Continue Reading →

Pleasant Avenue and 116th Street, East Harlem, 1900

MNY217299Wooden houses, long before the real estate development in East Harlem looking east at Pleasant Avenue and 116th Street, in 1900. Continue Reading →