Month

January 2009

Amy Ruth's expanding, Not Heading to Brooklyn

  By HarlemGal According to Crain’s New York, Amy Ruth’s, Harlem’s famous eatery at 116th Street and Lenox Avenue, will not be opening a second location as initially planned in Brooklyn, but will move forward with their plans to expand… Continue Reading →

Amy Ruth’s expanding, Not Heading to Brooklyn

  By HarlemGal According to Crain’s New York, Amy Ruth’s, Harlem’s famous eatery at 116th Street and Lenox Avenue, will not be opening a second location as initially planned in Brooklyn, but will move forward with their plans to expand… Continue Reading →

V & T

By HarlemHouse It’s all about the sauce!  This Pizzeria has been around forever.  Since 1945 to be exact.  Though it has been strongly supported by Columbia University residents throughout the years, it reaches a much broader audience of locals and… Continue Reading →

Harlem Condo Alert: The Alycia Completely Sold?

By HarlemGal, I walk down 114th Street between Frederick Douglass and Manhattan Avenue all the time heading to Morningside Heights Park. When you take this walk, you see construction every where in this area. Just the other day I noticed… Continue Reading →

Enjoy the sounds of tRoPiCaL bLeNdS

By HarlemHouse HarlemCondoLife releases it’s second complimentary mix:   tRoPiCaL bLeNdS. This latest mix ia a collection of warm and relaxing sounds to celebrate this time of incredible, historic and monumental change. Mixed by RhythmDB for – and courtesy of  HarlemCondoLife. Also… Continue Reading →

Where were you when Barack Obama became President?

By NativeNewYorker That’s the question people will be asking each other for the next few weeks and the question our children and grandchildren will ask us a decade from now. For those who aren’t making the trek to DC, HarlemOneStop… Continue Reading →

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service

  By HarlemGal Today we celebrate and honor the great Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with a national day of service. There are so many ways to spend this day. However, HarlemCondoLife has chosen to echo to its readers the… Continue Reading →

“The meat-and-potatoes buyers are coming out right now” – The Corcoran Group

By HarlemGuy This weekend the New York Times reports that in recent weeks buyers are making a come back.   This is fantastic news for many looking to make Harlem their home.   HarlemCondoLife has published several stories of real estate… Continue Reading →

I always let them Make My Cake

By NativeNewYorker For the past twelve years, every birthday party, every baby shower, every graduation, every celebration means a visit to this extraordinary bakery.  I’ve run into friends and co-workers who live way downtown who come up to Harlem just to… Continue Reading →

Harlem's Trump Lasker Rink

By HarlemGal With the temperatures continuing to dip at all time lows in New York City, what are Harlemites to do this coming holiday weekend? Well, if you feel like putting on some blades and going round and round in… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Trump Lasker Rink

By HarlemGal With the temperatures continuing to dip at all time lows in New York City, what are Harlemites to do this coming holiday weekend? Well, if you feel like putting on some blades and going round and round in… Continue Reading →

NECTAR Wine Bar

By HarlemHouse What can I say about Nectar Wine Bar.  This new hot spot created by owners Eric Woods & Jai Jai Greenfield has created a gathering for those of us uptown, and everywhere, that have been craving a good… Continue Reading →

Southwest Harlem is HOT & POPPIN!

By HarlemGuy The January 8th edition of AMNY had a wonderful article written by Marleene Naanes entitled “Harlem’s Hot ‘pocket’” (PDF format – start on page 20).   It’s all about the HOT  little Southwest corner of Harlem on Frederick Douglass… Continue Reading →

Adam Clayton Powell Corner Bldg getting a makeover?

By HarlemGal I was walking toward the 2/3 subway line along Central Park North recently and saw that the corner building on Central Park North and Adam Clayton Powell had brand new windows installed and what also appeared to be… Continue Reading →

Upscale grocery store coming to 118th St.&FDB

By HarlemGal HarlemCondoLife has been hearing rumors about an upscale grocery store coming to Central Harlem. It’s a rumor no more! I spoke with Winick Realty Group today and they have confirmed that they are bringing a high end grocery… Continue Reading →

Robert Graham funeral held

By HarlemGal On Saturday,  a funeral was held in Los Angeles for the late Robert Graham. Graham created the Duke Ellington Memorial in Harlem, which stands 30 feet tall high with three columns topped with muses holding up a giant… Continue Reading →

Wine Tasting@Harlem's The Winery

By HarlemGal If you are interested in pleasing your taste buds with “the wines of Alsace,” stop by The Winery tonight on Frederick Douglass Blvd between 116th and 117th Street. They are haveing a wine tasting from 6-8 pm on… Continue Reading →

Wine Tasting@Harlem’s The Winery

By HarlemGal If you are interested in pleasing your taste buds with “the wines of Alsace,” stop by The Winery tonight on Frederick Douglass Blvd between 116th and 117th Street. They are haveing a wine tasting from 6-8 pm on… Continue Reading →

PIZZERIA 123

By HarlemHouse This great little affordable pizza & burger joint has been in business for 6 years and is a neighborhood favorite.  For a perfect cheese slice and delicious House Salad topped with Balsamic Vinegar (Salad “123”) for only $4.95… Continue Reading →

Who Represents You? HarlemCondoLife has the answer.

By HarlemGuy. The New York Times recently unveiled a new site called Represent which we find particularly relevant and useful given the recent US Presidential election and ensuing political changes.  It’s a simple, slick, elegant site allowing you to easily identify… Continue Reading →

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