Beauty shop alert in Central Harlem

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Taking my usual stroll up Frederick Douglass Boulevard, I noticed another store front papered with question marks. Is it just me that notices this approach? Practically most new businesses use this method in Harlem. The store… Continue Reading →

Swing by in Harlem to get your ‘I love Harlem’ t-shirt

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife A few weeks ago I was enjoying a nice evening at Mojo in Harlem during their reverse happy hour. I noticed the wait staff had on these attractive t-shirts that said ‘I love Harlem.’ I quickly… Continue Reading →

Is The Wall Street Journal in love with Harlem?

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife I can’t help but notice how the Rupert Murdoch business publication called The Wall Street Journal keeps writing and profiling Harlem in their real estate section in a very positive light! It just happened again over… Continue Reading →

Need a place to brunch in Harlem? Try Il Caffe Latte

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife On Twitter, we are sometimes asked “where should I go for brunch in Harlem?” We provide several options in our tweets. However, at the top of HarlemGal’s list I respond with “go to Il Caffe Latte… Continue Reading →

Keep Harlem trees hydrated

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Lately it’s been hot and steamy outside where I can barely walk a few hundred feet without needing to quench my thirst. I get real thirsty with this kind of weather. Do you feel like this?… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s 115th Street and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd getting a glass makeover

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLIfe There is so much construction change taking place in the southwestern part of Harlem one would thing it would be impossible to keep up with. That could be the case if it weren’t for readers informing… Continue Reading →

Her Garden balloon and gift store opens joining small businesses in Harlem

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife West 116th Street in Harlem became a bit brighter two weeks ago. That’s when Her Garden, a gift and balloon shop, opened up as a small business right here in Harlem. Central Harlem is the second… Continue Reading →

Air advertisements over Central Harlem

By HarlemGal Over the holiday weekend, I saw some white spurts of air dotting the sky. I couldn’t tell at first what it was. Then I kept watching and saw letters come alive that spelled out Geico, insurance and hot… Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Chocolat in hiring mode, plans to open soon

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife For those of you who inquired about whether Chocolat was continuing with their hiring process, we were told they still are. We stopped by over the holiday weekend to ask and a person on site said… Continue Reading →

Experience the three C’s in Spanish Harlem

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife I recently had the opportunity to experience the three C’s at the Museum of the City of New York located at 103rd and Fifth Avenue in Spanish Harlem. What do I mean by the three C’s?… Continue Reading →

Target set to open in East Harlem

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife The last Sunday of July 2010 is the day Target, a major consumer good store in the U.S., is opening it’s ba-gillionth location in East Harlem in the East River Plaza, which sits at the far… Continue Reading →

Experience free canoeing at Harlem Meer

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Walking along Central Park North on Sunday, I discovered several red canoes in the pond at Harlem Meer. I wonder what was up…so I headed on over to Lasker Rink where there was a sign-in desk…. Continue Reading →

Harlem’s Bier International taking shape

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife During my usual stroll along Frederick Douglass Boulevard, I was able to capture the latest construction happenings with Bier International, Harlem’s first (alleged) beer garden. The beer garden, expected to debut soon at 2099 Frederick Douglass… Continue Reading →

Frederick Douglass Circle in Harlem has new rules

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Two weeks after it officially opened to the public, Harlem’s Frederick Douglass Circle has new rules. No biking, rollerblading or skateboarding are allowed on the gorgeous circle that is a pin wheel to 110th Street running… Continue Reading →

LeBron campaign brings out video preview of the upcoming Red Rooster in Harlem

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife We had no idea that there was interior video footage of Marcus Samuelsson’s Red Rooster restaurant out there in the internet universe until a reader informed us about. Thank you to DJ Jaffe¬†for the heads up…. Continue Reading →

World Cup madness at Cafe Amrita in Harlem

By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife Blog This morning (Friday), I walked into Cafe Amrita, located at 301 West 110th Street (between Frederick Douglass Blvd and Manhattan Ave), to get some iced coffee while on my way to work…and I could not… Continue Reading →

Harlem Lanes is a ‘strike’ full of fun

It’s mid week and you’re wondering what you should do for fun on a Thursday? We were asking ourselves that same question recently. We solved it with one simple idea: Let’s go bowling! And that we did! We headed to… Continue Reading →

Marcus Samuelsson wins Top Chef Masters

By HarlemGal HarlemCondoLife would like to congratulate Marcus Samuelsson, celebrity chef, owner of the up and coming Red Rooster and Harlem resident, for winning Bravo TV’s Top Chef Masters. Way to go Marcus!

Two Harlemites set to launch Harlem Delivers

By HarlemGal Michael Leopold and Steve Friedson, who reside in Harlem and have been for five years, were brainstorming one day about how they would like to have an abundance of food delivery options in Harlem right at their finger… Continue Reading →

5 & Diamond in Harlem launches supper club and cooking class

By HarlemGal Ever wondered about how to learn to butcher, prep, cook and serve lamb? Well, now is your chance to pick up that skill right here in Harlem at 5 & Diamond located at 2072 Frederick Douglass Blvd. Starting… Continue Reading →

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