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'Harlem High Line' Proposal Could Bring Affordable Housing

Thursday, October 16, 2014

By Gustavo Solis

DNAinfo New York

 

HAMILTON HEIGHTS — Harlem may be getting its own version of the High Line.

The proposed project — dubbed the Harlem Promenade — would create an elevated park over a portion of the Amtrak rail lines that run along the West Side Highway.

Harlem Children's Zone headquarters will be renamed the Geoffrey Canada Community Center

Tuesday, October 14, 2014
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

 

 Welcome to the Geoffrey Canada Community Center.

The Harlem Children’s Zone will rename its school headquarters Wednesday after Canada, a renowned charter school advocate and national spokesman for education reform.

The Cecil in Harlem the country's best new restaurant, according to Esquire

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

BY

New York Daily News

 

  The Cecil in Harlem is the best new restaurant in the country, according to Esquire magazine.

New park equity program to help maintain Harlem’s St. Nicholas Park

Sunday, October 12, 2014

New Look: 1800 Park Avenue, Tallest Building in East Harlem

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

New York YIMBY

 

Harlem-based nonprofit donates wigs to cancer patients at Metropolitan Hospital Center

Thursday, October 2, 2014
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
 

Dozens of women battling cancer received free natural hair wigs at the Metropolitan Hospital Center on Tuesday, thanks to Sistas Fulfilling Dreams, a Harlem-based nonprofit.

 

  These new ’dos were a dream come true.

 
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