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December 2009

Harlem vs Williamsburg in the annual Curbed Cup Awards

By HarlemGuy Harlem faces off agains Williamsburg in this year’s award.  Per Curbed” “It’s voting time in the annual Curbed Cup, our yearly award to the New York City neighborhood of the year. This year, four neighborhoods face off in… Continue Reading →

More on the momentum in South Harlem

By HarlemGuy Santa delivered an unexpected treat to HarlemGuy of HarlemCondoLife and our readers and fellow Harlem residents on Christmas day this year. It took the form of a New York Times article on the Momentum in South Harlem, featuring… Continue Reading →

Merry Christmas

Help Wanted – A new life for the Children's Choir of Harlem

By HarlemGuy It was with great sadness that I read about the demise of the Boys Choir of Harlem, including the Girls Choir of Harlem.  Please see the sidebar on our web site for a link to some of their… Continue Reading →

Help Wanted – A new life for the Children’s Choir of Harlem

By HarlemGuy It was with great sadness that I read about the demise of the Boys Choir of Harlem, including the Girls Choir of Harlem.  Please see the sidebar on our web site for a link to some of their… Continue Reading →

East Harlem Is Hurting (The Global Real Estate Bust Hits Home)

By HarlemGuy I came across a story that I had not yet heard, about a London based real estate company that invested in East Harlem a few years ago.  As soon as the purchase was consummated they apparently started a… Continue Reading →

The invincible Harlem or Real Estate Rewind In Harlem

By HarlemGuy    Christmas and New Years are times of celebration.  They are also times for reflection.   And what better place to reflect on than our beloved Harlem.   HarlemCondoLife’s mission has been to chronicle all that’s great about Harlem.  And we’ve uncovered… Continue Reading →

Occupants seen in Adam Clayton Powell/Central Park North corner building?

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife A reader recently informed us that folks have been seen moving into the northeast corner building on Adam Clayton Powell and Central Park North. I went by there today and there are signs of occupancy of… Continue Reading →

Sting performs to a sold out crowd at Harlem's St. John the Divine, Only U.S. stop

By HarlemGal The largest gothic cathedral in the United States was a musical haven to rock star Sting and a sea of international musicians last night. Sting, who is performing two sold out shows December 8th and 9th at the… Continue Reading →

Stills from Sting's performance at Harlem's St. John the Divine

Photos by Harlemgal. For a complete review on Sting performing at St. John the Divine, click here!

APOLLO "Dreamgirls"

By HarlemHouse I Just had the privilege of attending the incredible performance of “Dreamgirls” at the Apollo Theater, which has just been extended for one more week!  The audience gave a standing ovation before the production even finished.  An earthshaking… Continue Reading →

APOLLO “Dreamgirls”

By HarlemHouse I Just had the privilege of attending the incredible performance of “Dreamgirls” at the Apollo Theater, which has just been extended for one more week!  The audience gave a standing ovation before the production even finished.  An earthshaking… Continue Reading →

Harlem for the Holidays Bazaar Today

By NativeNewYorker Last week HarlemGuy posted about Harlem for the Holidays.  If you are looking for something to do this afternoon, check out their holiday bazaar from noon – 5 pm today at the Hip Hop Culture Center on the… Continue Reading →

UPDATE: Best Yet starts to provide sneak peak of Harlem store

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife A reader tipped us off to the latest happenings with Best Yet in the SoHa Bldg at 118th Street and Frederick Douglass Blvd. Based on the information below, Best Yet is moving along and they appear… Continue Reading →

Best Decorated Storefront Window Christmas Gallery

By HarlemGuy HarlemCondoLife is pleased to announce the best decorated storefront window Christmas gallery.  The idea is simple: send your favorites to us via email (feedback@harlemcondolife.com) so we can share with others on a gallery on www.harlemcondolife.com.  I love to… Continue Reading →

Fela! on Broadway, musical elements on Harlem's 116th Street

By HarlemGal On 116th Street from Frederick Douglass Blvd to Lenox Avenue, there is always African music playing throughout the various stores. The music plays just right, not loud. It’s pleasant enough to where you notice and say to yourself,… Continue Reading →

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