The historic neighborhood does not have its share of historic designations, advocates say.
Residents say they've been complaining for years about potential danger at 260 Lenox Avenue.
The house tour will feature the home of Albert Maysles and the former home of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
CB 10, which covers Central Harlem, has unveiled its first comprehensive preservation plan.
The scaffolding has attracted public urination and drug sales for eight years, said area residents.
The owner of a twice-burglarized liquor store said police haven't been responsive.
The Harlem store was broken into twice in one week after the owner removed bulletproof glass.
CB10 wants to give Rucker Park, home to NBA and street ball legends alike, historic designation.
The liquor store on Lenox Avenue and 119th Street removed its neon sign and bulletproof plexiglass.
Mount Morris Park residents were disappointed when a liquor store ringed in bulletproof glass moved in.
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