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  • Rendering of the planned Studio Museum at 144 West 125th Street in Harlem (credit: Adjaye Associates)

    Rendering of the planned Studio Museum at 144 West 125th Street in Harlem (credit: Adjaye Associates)

    The Studio Museum in Harlem is planning to replace its 1914 facility with a new, $122 million building, to begin construction in 2017. [more]

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  • Harlem development

    From left: Seth Pinsky, rendering of 426-458 West 126th Street in Harlem and Robert Shapiro

    Emerging markets like Northern Manhattan are offering real estate investors “huge potential for growth,” though such growth is dependent on continued investments in transportation and infrastructure, market players said at a Midtown panel discussion Thursday. [more]

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  • Rendering of 404-414 West 155th Street in Sugar Hill (credit: David Adjaye) (inset: Eric Schneiderman and Mark Peters)

    Five builders were hit with criminal charges yesterday accusing them of failing to pay workers $1 million in wages on city-subsidized projects. [more]

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  • 64-72 125th Street

    64-25 125th Street and Dan Hollander (inset) (credit: GF55 Architects)

    Dan Hollander’s DHA Capital is close to signing a 99-year land lease for a handful of properties on 125th Street in Harlem that will pave the way for a 200-unit rental building, The Real Deal has learned. [more]

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  • 69 East 125th Street (inset: Jeffrey Simpson)

    69 East 125th Street (inset: Jeffrey Simpson)

    Greystone plans to construct two Harlem residential towers with a total of 75 rental units, according to property records filed with the city today. The Manhattan-based real estate investment and lending firm paid $11.5 million for four adjacent parcels at a bankruptcy auction late last year. [more]

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  • Harlem Renaissance Casino and Ballroom

    Harlem Renaissance Casino and Ballroom

    BRP Corp. delivered the news to Harlem’s Community Board 10 landmarks committee last night that the Renaissance Casino and Ballroom cannot be saved, much to the chagrin of activists who have tried stave off the destruction of the historic facade. [more]

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  • 75 East 125th Street

    75 East 125th Street

    A house of worship on 125th Street that is more than a half-century-old will have to make way for a new mixed-use apartment building.

    Greystone & Co. is planning to construct a 12-story, 75-unit apartment building with retail space at the location of Samuels Temple Church of God in Christ. The church has been located at 75 East 125nd Street for 54 years. Greystone & Co. acquired the uptown properties at a federal Bankruptcy Court auction [more]

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  • Clockwise from left: 125th Street in Harlem, Jeff Sutton, Ian Bruce Eichner

    Clockwise from left: 125th Street in Harlem, Jeff Sutton, Ian Bruce Eichner

    Developers and retailers are zeroing in on Harlem’s 125th Street. [more]

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  • 247-hancock

    247 Hancock Street in Bed-Stuy, and Jonathan Miller

    New York City construction loans are on the rise as neighborhoods such as Harlem and Bedford-Stuyvesant undergo a major makeover.

    The number of loans increased 24 percent to 233 during the first half of this year compared to the same period in 2012. The U.S. arm of TD Bank, for example, saw construction loan volume in the New York area grow by 15 percent through mid-November compared with all of last year, Bloomberg News reported. [more]

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  • From left: Steven Vegh, 519 West 43rd Street and Azi Mandel

    From left: Steven Vegh, 519 West 43rd Street and Azi Mandel

    Treetop Development purchased a three-building package from Heritage Real Estate Partners for $27.5 million, The Real Deal has learned. The deal, coupled with one in September, means that Heritage has made a $15 million profit on a portfolio it bought just a year ago. [more]

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  • Rendering of "The Renny" at West 138th and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard

    Rendering of “The Renny” at West 138th and Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard

    The demolition of the Renaissance Casino and Ballroom — along with construction of a new building on the site — could spur projects in a Harlem neighborhood where the pace of development has lagged that in nearby areas. [more]

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  • A rendering of the new Sugar Hill development

    A rendering of the new Sugar Hill development at West 155th Street and St. Nicholas Boulevard, Harlem

    The odds do not seem to be in the favor of those seeking affordable apartments in New York City. [more]

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  • From left: the Victoria Theater and rendering of the upcoming hotel at the site

    From left: the Victoria Theater and rendering of the upcoming hotel at the site

    The Victoria Theater in Harlem will be transformed into a mixed-use complex that will include a Renaissance Hotel by Marriott, 200 apartments as well as retail and cultural space. [more]

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  • From left: 2036 Fifth Avenue and Neil Patrick Harris with husband David Burtka and their kids

    From left: 2036 Fifth Avenue and Neil Patrick Harris with husband David Burtka and their kids

    Broadway and television star Neil Patrick Harris is a nester. In a recent interview with Charlie Rose, he explained why he and his husband chose to buy a home in Harlem. Read more after the jump.

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  • The penthouse at One Morningside Park in Harlem

    The penthouse at One Morningside Park in Harlem

    A unit at One Morningside Park is the priciest apartment above Central Park. [more]

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  • St. Ann & the Holy Trinity in Brooklyn Heights

    St. Ann & the Holy Trinity

    Brooklyn congregations desperate for a financial boost are now tapping into the local real estate market as a sort of saving grace. [more]

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  • Can Harlem’s rise roar on?

    October 17, 2014 10:20AM
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    From left: Willie Suggs, Sarah Saltzberg, Fabienne Lecole and Jeffrey Schleider

    From the October issue: How much more can Harlem real estate rise? That’s the key question concerning area developers and investors who have been flocking to Harlem since the mid-aughts, during both the last real estate boom and again during the current development craze. [more]

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  • CNN anchor Don Lemon buys Harlem condo

    October 15, 2014 05:20PM
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    Don Lemon and 2280 Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem

    Don Lemon, the CNN anchor notorious for his “black hole swallowed airline” theory, has bought his second condominium at 2280 Frederick Douglas Boulevard, one of the priciest developments in Harlem.  [more]

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  • mirada

    Eric Schneiderman and 161 East 110th Street in Harlem

    The developers of the Mirada condominium in Harlem have been barred from selling condo or co-op units as part of a settlement over fraud charges, according to a spokesperson for the New York Attorney General’s office. [more]

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  • From left:

    From left: 233 West 125th Street and John Lam

    Permits have been filed by the Lam Group for the redevelopment of Harlem’s Victoria Theater .

    Aufgang is designing the proposed 26-story tower. The building will be 300 feet tall, according to New York YIMBY. [more]

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