Month

June 2016

Candidates for 13th Congressional Seat To Debate Senior Issues

Candidates running to replace Rangel debate senior issues before the June primary.

SummerStage 2016 Season in Full Swing

The 2016 SummerStage season is in full swing and we are taking all press requests. Below you will find the schedule of upcoming shows through July 11. Coming Up at SUMMERSTAGE Presented by Capital One Bank Info for Shows through July 11 Doors… Continue Reading →

The Voting Habits of Americans Like You

The Voting Habits of Americans Like You Here is how the country as a whole voted in 2012. The vertical axis represents turnout, with groups where nearly everyone votes near the top of the chart and groups where nearly no… Continue Reading →

Harlem Anti-Violence Activist Jimmy ‘Coach’ King Dies At 65

The Harlem anti-violence activist died Thursday, his friend said.

ACP Coffee Opens in Harlem With Handcrafted Coffee Art

ACP Coffee opens in Harlem with an art reception. 

Former Female Prisoners Celebrate Second Chance With College Degrees

Defying the odds, a group of formerly incarcerated women graduated with college degrees.

Eight-Story, 134-Unit Mixed-Use Building Rises to Third Floor at 2351 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, Harlem

Back in December of 2015, foundation work was reportedly underway for the eight-story, 134-unit mixed-use building at 2351 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard, located between West 137th and 138th streets in northern Harlem. Now, construction on the structure is is three… Continue Reading →

Permits Filed: 400A East 118th Street, East Harlem

Another vacant lot in East Harlem is about to be filled in by new construction. An eight-story residential building is planned for 400A East 118th Street, between First and Pleasant avenues. Read More

Get out and VOTE Tuesday June 28 2016.

By Mike Linthicum Once again, New Yorkers have the opportunity to go to the polls on Tuesday, June 28, 2016. This time it is to narrow the candidate pool of Senate and Congressional candidates for the general election. New York State has… Continue Reading →

Tiny Home Test Drive

Tiny Home Test Drive Last week, the first tenants moved into the city’s first micro apartment development on East 27th Street. I did, too, for one night. Thank you for reading HarlemCondoLife.com

City Pushes To Have Rent Frozen for Seniors

Nearly 4,000 Harlem seniors are eligible to have their rents frozen. 

Subway and Bus Service Changes For Puerto Rican Day Parade, 116th St. Fest

The changes will impact subway and bus lines on the Upper East Side and in East Harlem.

Tech Incubators on a Mission of Diversity

Tech Incubators on a Mission of Diversity CHICAGO — Many tech start-ups are in the business of making themselves successful. But some entrepreneurs have set up businesses with the express mission of training others to be successful in the tech… Continue Reading →

App Helps Track Truancy in Harlem Classrooms

An app is helping track student attendance. 

At Harlem Daycare, College Scholarships Won Before Kids Even Start School

The head of Round The Clock Nursery seeds scholarships for toddlers.

Death of Harlem Co-Working Space Blamed on Mismanagement

As Harlem Garage is set to close, members are making a last ditch effort to save it.

Douglas Durst closes in on massive 1800 Park Ave. lot

Douglas Durst’s enthusiasm for Harlem knows no bounds as he closes in on a potentially epochal deal to buy Bruce Eichner’s huge 1800 Park Ave. site for an undisclosed price. Asked whether he agreed that the pace of change in… Continue Reading →

The Transcendent Artistry of a Legendary Dancer, Four Decades In

The Transcendent Artistry of a Legendary Dancer, Four Decades In “FAME,” WROTE Rainer Maria Rilke, in 1902, “is, after all, only the sum of all the misunderstandings that gather around a new name.” The line appears at the beginning of… Continue Reading →

Four Not-So-Obvious Things to Consider When Deciding to Buy or Rent

Four Not-So-Obvious Things to Consider When Deciding to Buy or Rent Whether to buy or rent a home is among the biggest financial decisions most of us make. It is basically a complex math problem in which the reward for… Continue Reading →

Food Bank Warns Funding Cuts Will Hurt Needy Families

Food banks say a funding cut will mean turning the neediest away.

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