By DAVID W. CHEN October 22, 2017 Describing themselves as “extremely disappointed,” a group of prominent political, religious and community leaders from Harlem is lodging an unexpected 11th-hour protest against the expected next president of the City College of New York. Former Gov…. Continue Reading →
By JEFFERY C. MAYS October 18, 2017 After hundreds of children had finished their dance, piano and voice lessons one recent afternoon, the halls of the Harlem School of the Arts were quiet. Construction workers had also departed, leaving their tools behind. Eric… Continue Reading →
October 16, 2017 By KIM VELSEY Like many young actors, Erik Heitz, who moved to New York in 2011, has largely lived in sublets. There were six-floor walk-ups that had hot water only a few days a week; subleases of… Continue Reading →
August 3, 2017 By JOYCE COHEN After graduating from Berklee College of Music in Boston in 2010, Tansu Akman-Duffy came to New York. Her housing situation was unsettled. After a bad experience with Lower East Side bedbugs, she drifted between… Continue Reading →
When the choreographer finally got his dream house, it was during a nightmarish time in his life.
Real-estate interests are hoping to rename a portion of Upper Manhattan. Some politicians aren’t having it.
Brooke Ray got over her aversion to co-ops when she found a two-bedroom unit in a well-maintained Central Harlem building with a gym.