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Finefare Supermarkets Expand In Harlem

By HarlemGuy When I first moved to Harlem the closest thing to Fairway, Citarellas, Best Yet, Costcos etc was my favorite super market called Finefare on 116th and Malcom X Boulevard (aka Lenox Avenue or Sixth Avenue) right by the…

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New Affordable Rentals Coming to Harlem’s Gold Coast

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New Affordable Rentals Coming to Harlem's Gold Coast

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Harlem Real Estate Gets More Love – This Time From The NY Post

By HarlemGuy We’re been covering Harlem Real Estate for years.  And the news just keeps getting better.  This week the NY Post shows Harlem Real Estate some more love. The article was fantastic.  Below is a reprint. Live…

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Lee, Lee’s Bakery in Harlem to bake no more

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife I called over today to Lee, Lee’s Bakery to order a large red velvet cake for an upcoming summer party. Cake is a product I ordered often from Mr. Lee, especially red velvet cake,…

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Wild Olive Market opens in East Harlem

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Over the weekend, we headed over to the east side of Harlem to visit Wild Olive Market, the brand new grocery store located on the southeast corner of 125th and Fifth Avenue. We received…

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Polished Finger Tips opens in Harlem, another new business on Frederick Douglass Boulevard

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife When I was heading to Best Yet Market on Friday, I noticed a new store had opened right by Just Wingin It. It is called Polish Finger Tips located at 2198 Frederick Douglass Blvd….

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Harlem’s local gems

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife While Best Yet Market celebrates its grand opening March 5, HarlemCondoLife would like to echo the words that one of our readers left on our site: “don’t forget about the local gems that were here…

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How Food Network Turned Big-city Chef Culture Into Middle-America Pop Culture

In celebration of New York Magazine’s 50th anniversary, this weekly series, which will continue through October 2018, tells the stories behind key moments that shaped the city’s culture. In the early ’90s, a group of media experts had…

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