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Renters: Finding a Way to Stay in Harlem

One Harlem resident was determined to remain, even as the area gentrified and rents rose around her.

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Holding Out, Despite the Demolition

Even as his landlord tears down the East Harlem building he lives in, Ray Tirado has stayed put in his apartment. “Harassment by construction” is a critical part of how gentrification takes hold in neighborhoods like this, experts…

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City to Settle Discrimination Claim in Brooklyn Housing Plan

By J. DAVID GOODMAN December 3, 2017 An eight-year legal fight over racial discrimination by New York City in a proposed Brooklyn development is expected to be settled on Monday, after community groups and the administration of Mayor Bill de Blasio…

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A Golf Center Grows in Harlem

A Golf Center Grows in Harlem By PAUL ROGERS August 25, 2017 Students in the Bridge Golf Foundation program, based in Harlem, make their way to the golf course at the Bridge, a club in Bridgehampton that is owned by…

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