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Levain Bakery to donate gross sales to support the people of Japan

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Levain Bakery, which recently opened up a store in Harlem, announced on their Facebook page that this coming Wednesday, March 23rd, they will donate 25 percent of their gross sales from their Upper Westside and Harlem shops to…

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UPDATE: 371-373 Manhattan Avenue in Harlem back on the market

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By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Okay…so the church located at 371-373 Manhattan Avenue, which we first told you about in 2009, is back on the market for around the same price it was listed in the first business quarter…

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Harlem rezoning plus Frederick Douglass Boulevard equals restaurant row

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Frederick Douglass Blvd is in the news again! Some entities are clearly getting it that FDB from 110th Street to 125th Street is the place to be! DNAinfo.com and The New York Times have recently filed stories about FDB…

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220 Saint Nicholas in Harlem looking to sell apartments in Spring 2011

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By HarlemCondoLife Construction around 220 Saint Nicholas Condominiums remains the same. The building has most of its scaffolding down leaving the structure partially visible to the public, which led me to wonder if they are getting ready to…

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Another Subway sandwich shop and dry cleaner coming to Harlem

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By HarlemGal Walking home this evening (Thursday night), I noticed two new shops getting ready to open on Frederick Douglass Blvd. At 301 Cathedral Parkway, right next to the State Farm Insurance office and near Frederick Douglass Circle,…

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Brunch in Harlem bier international style

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By HarlemGal If you did not get out-of-town this Labor Day weekend and you’re wondering who is serving brunch all three days in Harlem, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, we have a suggestion for you! Bier international in Harlem…

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Red Rooster in Harlem named restaurant to watch this Fall

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By HarlemGal Harlem’s Red Rooster, owned by celebrity chef and Harlemite Marcus Samuelsson, was named one of 15 new restaurants to watch this Fall by The Wall Street Journal. Red Rooster, which is scheduled to open in October at 310…

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UPDATE: Busboys and Poets owner visits Harlem

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By HarlemGal The possibility of Busboys and Poets opening up a restaurant in Harlem is alive and well. How do we know this? Anas “Andy” Shallal, the owner of Busboys and Poets, has finally commented on the subject….

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Harlem rental prices heat up, Red Rooster pictures appear

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By HarlemGal August 26, 2010 was filled with interesting surprises! For the last two years, the rental market in New York has been favorable toward renters, but now that has apparently changed. According to The Wall Street Journal,…

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