Success Academy officials said it is unclear where the expanded grades would be housed.
The parking garage at 121 West 125th St. is slated to also have cultural exhibition space.
Assemblyman Keith Wright held a hearing in Harlem on a proposal to increase the minimum wage.
The 81-year-old congressman said he's up to the task of a 22nd term in office.
The group was formed in 2009 but has come under scrutiny for its practices.
Residents of 3333 Broadway say said the plan requiring ID cards was ill-conceived.
Keith Wright is hosting a job fair on Thursday, Feb. 9 with 30 employers and unions expected to attend.
West Harlem Local Development Corporation denies the claim about one of its board members.
The West Harlem Local Development Corporation paid $320,000 to two politically-connected consultants.
The board says it has "no confidence" in the West Harlem Local Development Corporation which is being investigated by the State Attorney General.
Vincent Morgan and Adam Clayton Powell IV join forces to criticize the community benefits agreement of Columbia University's $6.4 billion Manhattanville campus expansion.
US Rep Charles Rangel said Attorney General Eric Schneiderman would be "derelict" if he didn't look into accusations against the West Harlem Local Development Corporation.
The Department of Youth and Community Development said it received $300,000 from the West Harlem Local Development Corporation to hire 220 Harlem kids for a summer jobs program.
The West Harlem Local Development Corporation, the focus of an investigation by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, has spent more on consultants than programming.
Borough President Scott Stringer is trying to stop the group handling the $150 million Columbia University community benefits agreement with West Harlem to stop disbursing funds and reorganize.
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