Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Harlem World

  • Harlem condo sales plunged a staggering 76 percent annually in the third quarter of 2008 <NY Observer>
  • Hunter College Social Work School to Move Uptown <City Room>
  • BEST HEADLINE AWARD: Except for the Displaced, Many Neighbors of Planned Hunter College Building Seem Pleased <NY Times>
  • Animal Welfare Approved is sponsoring a Thanksgiving meal at the Community Kitchen of West Harlem, located at 252 West 116 Street, Manhattan for an estimated 700 low-income New Yorkers. <Market Watch>
  • The Future of an Arts House Collective in Manhattanville, Sitting In C.U.'s Expansion Footprint, Does Not Look Good <Columbia Spectator>
  • East Harlem Intersection Gets Traffic Light Thanks To Efforts Of Local Teen <NY1>
  • The St. Nick's Dog Run Coffee Bark happens this Saturday, November 1st from 9am-11am, at one of the city's largest Dog Runs with some coffee, donuts and fun
  • The Taco Mix, where cooks in Spanish Harlem eat <The Feedbag>
  • A new Harlem resident declares, "I am the face of gentrification. It's not something I aspire to be, just something I am." <And How>
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