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Still something to Strive for in Harlem

BY MARTHA WILKIE | Strivers’ Row in Harlem (official name: St. Nicholas Historic District) is a late-19th-century set of row houses famed for its elegant architecture and unified facades.

Located on 138th and 139th Sts., between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. and Frederick Douglass boulevards, this enclave was home to notable African-American

East Harlem 'Affordable' Units Require $73K, $87K Incomes

The new East Harlem development is offering four apartments at rents of $2,150 and $2,550 .

By Brendan Krisel

EAST HARLEM, NY — Four East Harlem apartments deemed "affordable" by the city required tenants to earn at least $73,715 for a one-bedroom or $87,429 for a two-bedroom, according to a city housing

In Harlem and Roosevelt Island, nearly 2,000 apartments will go affordable

By Zoe Rosenberg

Some 1,900 market rate rentals in East Harlem and Roosevelt Island will be converted to affordable apartments for low-income New Yorkers.

L+M Development Partners and Invesco Real Estate are behind the venture with their purchase of a $1.2 billion residential portfolio from Brookfield Asset Management and Urban American, according