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New cancer research center comes to harlem

Harlem continues to attract investments in the latest technologies. A consortium of major cancer centers in NYC, including Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, Beth Israel Medical Center, NYU Langone Medical Center, Montefiore Medical Center, and Mount Sinai Hospital have identified an… Continue Reading →

La Bodega 47 Social Club in Harlem (New)

We stopped by La Bodega 47 Social Club this week in Harlem the night of the pouring rain/snow storm and were pleasantly surprised and relieved when we walked through the red velvet drapes into the welcoming, warm space.  Due to weather,… Continue Reading →

Central Park North Orthodontics to join Harlem

A friend to our blog from Douglas Elliman recently brought to our attention that a Harlem prewar condominium near Central Park North will be the home to a new much needed orthodontics practice.  “Central Park North Orthodontics” has leased the… Continue Reading →

“Toni On New York” up in Harlem

TONI SENECAL I woke up early this morning, (having fallen asleep with the television on) to an episode of Toni on New York featuring our beloved Harlem.  I thoroughly enjoyed the vivacious Toni’s exploration of our neighborhood – its important and… Continue Reading →

The Park 112 in Harlem (Review)

We recently visited The Park 112 for dinner on a Wednesday night in December.  The Park is conveniently located on Frederick Douglass Boulevard and 112th Street (Harlem Restaurant Row) sandwiched in-beween 67 Orange and the 5 and Diamond Restaurants.  Great… Continue Reading →

FILM: Changing Face of Harlem by Shawn Batey

The Changing Face of Harlem is a new one-hour documentary that examines the revitalization of Harlem told through the deeply personal stories of its residents, small business owners, politicians, developers, and clergy. The piece takes a critical look at Harlem’s… Continue Reading →

Gas station lot in South Harlem now fenced off with construction to begin

Pre snowstorm we took these photos of the Gas Station lot on 110th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard showing that it is now completely fenced off, boarded up and waiting for construction to begin. There seems to be a variety… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Frederick Douglass Boulevard revival featured in New York Times

Recently the New York Times featured a piece on the explosive growth of Frederick Douglass Boulevard.  It’s a great piece on what it was, what it is, and where it’s going. Mentioned are many  events, people and places we at HarlemCondoLife.com (@HarlemHCL) have reported… Continue Reading →

Tonnie’s Minis in Harlem closed? (temporarily)

It appears Tonnie’s Minis in Harlem has been closed for the last few weeks.  A couple weeks ago friend to our blog DestinationHarlemTV mentioned it to us and I thought I’d give it a little time before posting to see… Continue Reading →

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