NHEMA Keeps Renovated 125th Street Plaza Hopping NY College of Podiatric

Thursday, November 19, 2015

SELLING POINTS: Blesso makes Broadway purchase, Thor buys in Harlem

Thursday, August 27, 2015


● Blesso properties
Blesso to transform former bank building

Blesso Properties, a West Village-based development firm, has purchased 525-545 Broadway, a development site in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn, for $33 million.
The transaction equates to nearly $170 per buildable square foot, in a market that is trading in the $250 to $300 square foot buildable range.

Free Harlem community gardens tour

Thursday, August 27, 2015

by Kristen Fayne-Mulroy


NY Road Runners celebrate history at 2015 Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run and 1.5­ Mile Walk

Thursday, August 27, 2015

by Bill Moore


The 2015 Percy Sutton Harlem 5K Run: Celebrating the Journey and the Percy Sutton Harlem Walk: Celebrating the Journey, Full STEAM Ahead, the final events of Harlem Week, took place Saturday, Aug. 22 and saw a record number of finishers at 4,727, a special visit by Mayor Bill de Blasio at the start of the event, inspiring participation by NYRR youth runners and senior walkers and unprecedented community impact in Harlem.

Chef Abandons French Cuisine to Open Harlem Burger Joint

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

By Gustavo Solis


HARLEM — A Harlem chef is trading in pan-seared duck breast and tuna tartar for burgers and fries.

Cedric Lecendre, the owner of Cedric’s Bistro on Saint Nicholas Avenue and 119th Street, has turned his French restaurant into Harlem’s first gourmet burger joint.

The Harlem-based media arts organization will focus its support on outreach for documentary on Harlem-raised, trailblazing tennis figure Althea Gibson

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

by EURweb editor/BJ


 New YorkThe Harlem-based National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) has made a grant in support of ‘Althea,‘ the award-winning documentary about trailblazing tennis star Althea Gibson.

Happy Birthday, Lumidee!

Monday, August 24, 2015

By Brian Josephs


The Diplomats definitely weren’t the ones holding it down for Harlem during the middle of last decade. There was also Lumidee, who turns 31 years old today (Aug. 24).