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Exterior siding is going up on One Morningside Park

Previously we posted One Morningside Park in Harlem already 40 Percent Sold, over a month ago.  The other day we noticed  the siding and windows are now being placed along the lower floors in the front.  This process could move… Continue Reading →

Big price cuts lead to big sales in Harlem – Especially on Condo Row

The Real Deal reports increased activity Harlem at building including The Douglass, Windows on 123, the Livmor and Parc StandardLast. Price cuts on the units in those buildings have resulted in some units selling for less than $500 per square… Continue Reading →

Progress At The New Harlem Shambles Butcher Shop

One step closer to the latest addition to Harlem’s Gold Coast and Harlem’s Restaurant Row on Frederick Douglass Boulevard from 110th and 125th. Harlem Shambles is in the retail floor of the Livmor condos on Frederick Douglass Boulevard between 115th… Continue Reading →

Breaking News: Harlem’s Questans To Become Seafood Store

By HarlemGuy Questans, (see HarlemHouse’s previous review), our beloved music- infused seafood restaurant and bar, is undergoing a transformation. I stopped by today and learned that Questans is transforming into a seafood store where not only can you get fresh… Continue Reading →

New Real Estate Buds In Harlem – The Morningside AG Series

By HarlemGuy Just when you thought that there was no more room for new real estate in Harlem, there’s something new going up @ 306 West 116th street, adjacent to the Garden of Love.  It’s also in the backyards of… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Gold Coast featured in NYT’s “The Hunt”

By HarlemGuy As previously reported on HarlemCondoLife (HCL), Harlem’s Gold Coast continues to impress brokers (in this case, Greg Kammerer, a Senior Vice President of the Corcoran Group), buyers and deal makers alike, as attested to by this recent New York Time’s story… Continue Reading →

Harlem's Gold Coast featured in NYT's "The Hunt"

By HarlemGuy As previously reported on HarlemCondoLife (HCL), Harlem’s Gold Coast continues to impress brokers (in this case, Greg Kammerer, a Senior Vice President of the Corcoran Group), buyers and deal makers alike, as attested to by this recent New York Time’s story… Continue Reading →

UPDATE: 371-373 Manhattan Avenue in Harlem back on the market

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Okay…so the church located at 371-373 Manhattan Avenue, which we first told you about in 2009, is back on the market for around the same price it was listed in the first business quarter of 2010…. Continue Reading →

Harlem is booming says NY Times supplement

By HarlemGal Did anyone see the supplement in The New York Times last week featuring the new condo developments in Harlem? It mentions The Livmor, Ellington on the Park, 2280 Frederick Douglass, and The Apex inside The Aloft Hotel. I… Continue Reading →

Harlem rezoning plus Frederick Douglass Boulevard equals restaurant row

Frederick Douglass Blvd is in the news again! Some entities are clearly getting it that FDB from 110th Street to 125th Street is the place to be! DNAinfo.com and The New York Times have recently filed stories about FDB and how… Continue Reading →

Harlem Real Estate Gets More Love – This Time From The NY Post

By HarlemGuy We’re been covering Harlem Real Estate for years.  And the news just keeps getting better.  This week the NY Post shows Harlem Real Estate some more love. The article was fantastic.  Below is a reprint. Live & learn… Continue Reading →

New Parking In Harlem

By HarlemGuy Our previous coverage of the Livmor predated the latest feature:  Affordable parking!   Have you used it?  How is it?  Join the conversation!

Get more in Harlem

By HarlemGuy One of my favorite pastimes is real estate.  And Harlem has a tremendous assortment from which to choose. I recently visited the Livmor Condominium on 115th and Frederick Douglass Boulevard.  Deceptive on the outside the interior is well designed, appointed… Continue Reading →

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