Author: harlemcondolife

East Harlem Redevelopment Meeting Shut Down By Protesters

Protesters said the plan doesn’t include low-income residents.

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Here’s Where You Can Go Ice Skating in New York City

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by Veronika Bondarenko — </div> Indoor and outdoor ice skating rinks are now open across the city ahead of the winter season. <div> <img src=”https://assets.dnainfo.com/generated/photo/2012/12/ice-skating-rinks-13552868395993.jpg/large.jpg” alt=”” width=”300″ height=”225″></div> It’s time to hit the ice.  As the weather continues…

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What I Love: What I Love | Geneva Carr

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The actress, a star of the new CBS drama “Bull,” lives in a co-op in Harlem.

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What I Love: At Home With a Star of the New Courtroom Drama ‘Bull’

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The actress Geneva Carr lives in an art-filled apartment in Harlem.

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Apollo Theater Hopes to Make ‘The First Noel’ a Harlem Holiday Mainstay

The Apollo and the Classical Theatre of Harlem’s “The First Noel” is running Dec. 10 to 18. 

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Buddhist Priest Gives Free Culinary Training to Harlem’s Unemployed

The program runs six weeks and helps trainees get certified in food preparation. 

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11-Unit SRO Transformed Into Six-Story, Six-Unit Residential Building at 68 West 126th Street, Harlem

Construction is wrapping up on an expansion project at 68 West 126th Street, in Harlem, as seen in a picture by Harlem+Bespoke. A formerly dilabidated four-story, 11-unit brownstone SRO building has been redeveloped into a six-story, six-unit residential structure,…

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Four-Story, 19,000-Square-Foot Commercial Building Filed at 286 Lenox Avenue, Harlem

An anonymous Midtown East-based LLC has filed applications for a four-story, 18,987-square-foot commercial building at 286 Lenox Avenue. That’s between East 124th and 125th streets in Harlem. The project will include 15,012 square feet of commercial space in…

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Mayor’s Harlem Rezoning Plan Reminiscent of ‘Billionaire Bloomberg:’ Critic

Activists fear de Blasio’s plan could hasten displacement among working families in Harlem. 

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