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Two Eight-Story, 12-Unit Residential Buildings Filed At 1525 Bryant Avenue, Longwood

East Harlem-based Morrison Zhu Goodman Realty Group has filed applications for two eight-story, 12-unit residential buildings at 1525-1527 Bryant Avenue, in the West Bronx’s Longwood section. Each of them will measure 14,325 square feet, and across both, their…

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CITARELLA “Oasis on 125th”

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By Harlemista The Citarella on 125th street is a strange oasis almost hidden amongst the throng of a major thoroughfare. Upon entering from the chaotic street, it has a cool, calm suburban vibe. No rushing here. Even though…

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CITARELLA "Oasis on 125th"

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By Harlemista The Citarella on 125th street is a strange oasis almost hidden amongst the throng of a major thoroughfare. Upon entering from the chaotic street, it has a cool, calm suburban vibe. No rushing here. Even though…

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YOUR VOICE: Lasker Pool on Memorial Day

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On Memorial Day Weekend I decided that I wanted to lay by a pool. I looked up Lasker Rink and Pool to see if it was open. It was not. It would not be open until July. What…

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MOJO coming soon

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By HarlemHouse MOJO on 185 Saint Nicholas Ave & 119th Street Opening any day now.  Stay tuned for a review by Harlem House coming soon!

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V & T

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By HarlemHouse It’s all about the sauce!  This Pizzeria has been around forever.  Since 1945 to be exact.  Though it has been strongly supported by Columbia University residents throughout the years, it reaches a much broader audience of…

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Lenox Wines Open for Business: Tasting this Wednesday, 12/10

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By NativeNewYorker I needed a congratulatory gift for a colleague at work, so I stopped in at Harlem’s newest wine shop, Lenox Wines on the northwest corner of Lenox and 129th Street.  I immediately liked the space and…

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Cathedral of Saint John the Divine

By HarlemHouse America’s greatest cathedral, the largest Gothic cathedral in the world, now stands open for the public to view in it’s full glory.  It is located on Amsterdam and 112 th St. right here in Harlem.  Since…

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