Curbed releases their second installment of the Neighborhood Crashers series, in which they ask Harlem residents “what they think about their neighborhood, what defines it, how its changed”.
via From Curbed: What do Harlem dwellers think of their neighborhoods? – firstname.lastname@example.org – Gmail.
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HarlemCondolife’s commentary was included in an editorial review of an article on emerging neighborhoods in New York City, which included Harlem.
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The Curbed Network delivers intelligence on dining & nightlife, shopping & fashion, and design & real estate to an affluent and influential urban audience. Their brands include Curbed, Eater and Racked.
In their own words:
“Curbed‘s city sites breathe life into real estate and neighborhood news with witty and insightful coverage of the country’s most vibrant urban centers. Our editors relentlessly report on sales and rental prices, new developments, neighborhood trends, and celebrity deals.
Eater is the source for people who care about dining and drinking in the nation’s most important food cities. A favorite of industry pros and amateurs alike, Eater has an uncanny knack for finding out what’s opening where, who’s serving what, and how it’s all going down. Since its launch in New York in 2005, Eater has opened its doors in 16 more cities around the country. And Eater National brings Eater’s signature coverage to parts far and wide, with beefed-up reporting on celebrity chefs, reality TV, and national dining trends.”
Racked obsesses about retail and shopping—from sidewalks to catwalks—in the country’s most influential fashion centers. Our editors take particular pleasure in being first in line, whether the story is a hot sample sale, a flagship store opening, or a burgeoning retail trend. In New York City since 2007, Racked opened in Los Angeles in early ’08. This winter we broadened our scope with Racked National, a site dedicated to online sales, celebrity fashion, and national retail.”
Click here for a full list of Curbed Network stories to which HarlemCondoLife has contributed or in which HarlemCondoLife has been featured.
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Just when you thought that there was no more room for new real estate in Harlem, there’s something new going up @ 306 West 116th street, adjacent to the Garden of Love. It’s also in the backyards of the owners of apartments at the Livmor condominiums. Sadly enough the lot also trimmed the size of the Garden of Love by 50%. In any event, we are anxious to see what kind of building, service or amenity will soon spring in Harlem.
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Santa delivered an unexpected treat to HarlemGuy of HarlemCondoLife and our readers and fellow Harlem residents on Christmas day this year.
It took the form of a New York Times article on the Momentum in South Harlem, featuring a quote from HarlemGuy.
The article speaks to something we’ve long written about. Read more of this article »
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