June 2010

Experience the three C’s in Spanish Harlem

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife I recently had the opportunity to experience the three C’s at the Museum of the City of New York located at 103rd and Fifth Avenue in Spanish Harlem. What do I mean by the three C’s?… Continue Reading →

Marketing Workshop for Aspiring Harlem Entrepreneurs

By NativeNewYorker If you have a great idea for a business but would like some expert advice to help you “create a more effective business plan” check out the Market Research Workshop  on Wednesday, July 7th from 6:30 – 8:30  at the… Continue Reading →

Target set to open in East Harlem

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife The last Sunday of July 2010 is the day Target, a major consumer good store in the U.S., is opening it’s ba-gillionth location in East Harlem in the East River Plaza, which sits at the far… Continue Reading →

Experience free canoeing at Harlem Meer

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Walking along Central Park North on Sunday, I discovered several red canoes in the pond at Harlem Meer. I wonder what was up…so I headed on over to Lasker Rink where there was a sign-in desk…. Continue Reading →

HCL Reminder – Check Out The Farmers Market in MorningSide Park This Morning!

By HarlemGuy I biked past there last weekend.  They now have a fresh fish stand from Montauk LI.   Who knew!   Please let us know if you’ve tried it and your experience. ~ ~ ~ Thank you for reading HarlemCondoLife (HCL). Available… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Bier International taking shape

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife During my usual stroll along Frederick Douglass Boulevard, I was able to capture the latest construction happenings with Bier International, Harlem’s first (alleged) beer garden. The beer garden, expected to debut soon at 2099 Frederick Douglass… Continue Reading →

Hot Monday Evenings are Cool on 119.

by Harlemista Walking home from the train Monday evening, I did my traditional turn down 119th st and was greeted by an melodic combo playing a gig on the sidewalk outside of Billie’s Black Restaurant. Chairs were set up for… Continue Reading →

Frederick Douglass Circle in Harlem has new rules

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Two weeks after it officially opened to the public, Harlem’s Frederick Douglass Circle has new rules. No biking, rollerblading or skateboarding are allowed on the gorgeous circle that is a pin wheel to 110th Street running… Continue Reading →

Harlem's Morningside Park BBQers Get a Big Belly

By HarlemGuy Our recent post on BBQing in Morningside Park generated some heated comments (no pun intended).  I walked and biked though the Park last Sunday night and Monday and found it to be pretty clean.  I also noticed something new:… Continue Reading →

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