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JCAL plans 75-unit affordable housing building in Harlem

JCAL plans 75-unit affordable housing building in Harlem

Bronx-based JCAL Development Group is wading into Manhattan’s affordable housing game, with plans to build a 75-unit rental building...

From left: 220 West 116th Street, Steven Vegh and 449 West 125th Street

Galil Management buys five-building Harlem portfolio for $26M

Galil Management bought a 52-unit, five-building residential package in West Harlem for a combined $25.8 million from Adam Verner’s...

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Residential conversion planned near Apollo Theater

Permits have been filed with the Department of Buildings to convert three floors of commercial office space at the...

Retail, restaurants lure developers to West Harlem

Retail, restaurants lure developers to West Harlem

New condos and rentals begat restaurants and retail in West Harlem years ago, and now those establishments are spurring...

$25M West Harlem portfolio up for grabs

$25M West Harlem portfolio up for grabs

Israeli real estate investor Yoram Nissim is looking to sell a three-building rental portfolio in West Harlem for just shy of $25 million, The Real Deal has learned. The buildings, Located On West 145th...

Bill would give rent-stabilized tenants access to amenities

Bill would give rent-stabilized tenants access to amenities

City Council member Mark Levine of West Harlem is expected to soon present a new bill that would prevent...

Harlem condo project to proceed after lot sale

Harlem condo project to proceed after lot sale

UPDATED, 11:07 a.m., Feb. 11: The housing development division of the Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce plans to unload...

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Harlem needs 1,500 more hotel rooms, experts say

Harlem’s rapid development and emergence as a viable tourist and business destination has led to a spike in the...

Rendering of theJerome L. Greene Science Center at West 129th Street and Broadway

Columbia’s community benefits agreement in Harlem already bearing fruit, university says

The benefits of Columbia University’s “community benefits agreement,” the school’s olive branch to Harlem residents ruffled by the school’s expansion plans, are already happening,...

From left: 460 West 141st Street and 408 Convent Avenue

Illegal hotel group shuts down two rogue Harlem inns

Two illegal hotels sniffed out by Westside Neighborhood Alliance chairman Tom Cayler have shut their doors rather than open...

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