West Harlem

Recent Headlines
West Harlem »

West Harlem Development Corporation Awards $1M in Grants to 27 Groups

The group has awarded $3 million to 110 nonprofits in 2013.

New York City »

Where to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo

Catch a parade, a festival or some great drinks to honor this Mexican holiday.

West Harlem »

West Harlem Local Development Corporation Gives $2M in Grants to 83 Groups

Columbia University agreed to provide the money as a part of its West Harlem campus expansion.

West Harlem »

Plan to Convert Harlem Gas Meter Station to High-Volume Sparks Concern

Plans to upgrade a natural gas meter station to allow greater volume is worrying Harlem neighbors.

West Harlem »

Group Distributing Columbia Cash Did Nothing Illegal, Investigators Say

The West Harlem Development Corporation signed a settlement deal with the attorney general's office.

West Harlem »

St. Mary's Urban Farm Reclaims the Land to Feed West Harlem Parish

The farm has produced hundreds of pounds of food in its first year.

West Harlem »

Group Handling Columbia Cash Pledges 500 Summer Jobs

The troubled West Harlem Local Development Corporation said it will fund 500 jobs.

Harlem »

Whole Foods Has Pick of the Real Estate Crop if it Moves to Harlem

Some Harlem real estate experts think West Harlem would be a prime location for the store.

Harlem »

Community Draws Up Plan of Action to Defeat Violence in Harlem

Community members are meeting with the commander of the 30th Precinct to develop solutions.

Harlem »

Executive Director Hired for Group Handling Columbia Cash

The group was formed in 2009 but has come under scrutiny for its practices.

Harlem »

Harlem Tenants Meet Landlords Over ID Plan That Raised Privacy Concerns

The two sides agreed to further discussions about the picture identification plan.

Harlem »

Columbia Students, Activists Occupy Harlem Warehouse in Campus Expansion

Group says they want to prevent eminent domain from being used.

Harlem »

Harlem Tenants Protest Building ID Plan

Residents of 3333 Broadway say said the plan requiring ID cards was ill-conceived.

Harlem »

Community Demands Full Day Pre-K as Part of $150 Million Columbia Deal

Two half-day sessions each day are currently planned at Teachers College, but residents want more.

Advertisement

Advertisement

Advertisement