By HarlemGal for HarlemCondoLife
The Friends of Morningside Park will hold a potluck picnic this coming Tuesday, June 14th from 6-8 p.m. At the event, participants can ask questions about the park and the construction that is happening on the northeast corner of Manhattan Avenue and 110th Street. The developer of the property is going to be at this potluck picnic.
If you walk by that section of Harlem, it is obvious that another apartment building is going up-scooped up by a developer. I touched upon this subject back in 2009.
So if your interested in learning more about Morningside Park and upcoming real estate activity, stop by this event on June 14th. Here’s the flyer with all the info!
Posted in Community, Free!, Harlem, Real Estate Tagged with: 10026, 110th Street, @HarlemHCL, Harlem, Harlem Condo Life, HarlemCondoLife.com, Hgl2, Manhattan Avenue, morningside park, your gateway to harlem
It seems just like yesterday I was buying organic honey, nuts, and bread outdoors from Morningside Park Farmers Market. Where did the year go? Now I have to get my grocery list ready because shopping at Morningside Park begins this Saturday, May 28th. I’m so ready! How about you?
Morningside Park Farmers Market
Saturdays from 9 AM to 5 PM
110th and Manhattan Avenue
Posted in business, Community, Food, Harlem, shopping Tagged with: 110th Street, community markets, farmers market, groceries, Harlem, Hgl5, Manhattan Avenue, morningside park, organic
In May 2009, we inquired about the church located at 371 Manhattan Avenue. Our questions or…shall we say prayers…have been answered. This place of worship is in contract for big dinero, ie $2,200,000, to be exact! That’s a good chunk of change for the 4800 sq Read more of this article »
Posted in Harlem Tagged with: church, Corcoran, Harlem, Manhattan Avenue, Real Estate
When I lived in Austin I enjoyed watching all of the various versions of Law & Order. Today, walking around in my new adopted city and neighborhood, Harlem, I came across the film crew of Law & Order. They are filming the Emmy Award winning television series in Central Harlem today August 27th and tomorrow August 28th! The crew is on 116th Street between Frederick Douglass Blvd. and Manhattan Avenue!
Posted in Harlem Tagged with: 116th Street, Central Harlem, Frederick Douglass, Law & Order, Manhattan Avenue, NBC
I walk down 114th Street between Frederick Douglass and Manhattan Avenue all the time heading to Morningside Heights Park. When you take this walk, you see construction every where in this area. Just the other day I noticed the netting/scaffolding all over one particular lot was now down and the new structure donned a big banner with the words The Alycia. I checked out their website and according to The Alycia, this place will be condos with all the trimmings of a new home. The site also claims all units are SOLD, which is quite impressive given current market conditions. Maybe that explains when I walked by the other day, the big banner existed no more.
We’re not surprised folks purchased condos in this area and plan to move to Central Harlem. After all, HarlemCondoLife lives and blogs in Harlem. My only lingering question is when were these units sold – a year or six months ago? We called the real estate company representing this building for further details. No word yet. However, if you know something before or if they get back to us, please chime in.
Posted in Harlem Tagged with: 114th Street, Central Harlem, Frederick Douglass Boulevard, Manhattan Avenue, Real Estate, The Alycia