Category Archives: Community

Harlem’s Aloft is among the Hotels for the Next Generation

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While this particular article does not mention Harlem’s Aloft hotel, the chain itself is recognized as a transformational brand, utilizing the latest technology and catering to the next generation of travelers.   And Aloft hotels has been previously mentioned on numerous occasions in the press.

Once again, Harlem leads the way, this time in technology and innovation.

Hotels for the Next Generation
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Marriott, Hilton and other big chains are appealing to “lifestyle” travelers, with lower prices, industrial design and high-tech everything.

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day

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“Your feet will bring you
to where your heart is.”

  • Irish Proverb

Happy St. Patty’s Day Harlem!

Taste of India – Tonight in Harlem! Red Rooster / Ginny’s Supper Club

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Tonight is the night!  Taste of India A Bollywood Event Tuesday, March 10, 2015 7pm – 10pm at the famous Red Rooster Harlem (Ginny’s Supper Club) at 310 Lenox Ave (between 126th & 127th St) New York, NY 10027.

Space is limited but there are a few tickets left.  Lara Land is a key person in our Harlem community and you can be sure that this will be an excellent party / benefit!

Support your community, meet your neighbors, (and a few celebrities) and get ready to have a blast!  Come by tonight for a great cause.

To read more on this event and Purchase your tickets click here Taste of India – A Bollywood Celebration

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Protect Harlem’s Community Gardens from development

change.org harlem garden petitionCommunity gardens are a cultural link that allow neighbors to come together in a public green space, to grow fresh food, to learn about healthy diets and lifestyle choices, where the old mingle with the young, or simply cool off in the shade on a hot summer day.

Central Harlem needs community gardens like Harlem Valley Garden, Electric Ladybug, Jackie Robinson, and Pleasant Village to continue to grow community, support health, collaboration, and neighborhood solidarity.

We admire Mayor de Blasio’s progressive vision for our city and support the creation of affordable housing in all the boroughs. HPD has an opportunity to do exactly that on empty lots, while preserving the existing gardens.