Real Estate News

Harlem: 5 Latest Homes To Hit The Market

See the newest houses on the market in the Harlem area.

By Real Estate News 


HARLEM, NY — When you're looking for a new home, hunting down every new listing in the area can take hours of tedious browsing online. That's why we've gone ahead and done the prep work for you.


City Commits $11.5M To Fix Riverside Park Drainage Systems

Riverside Park's outdated 1930s-era drainage systems contribute to heavy flooding and erosion after storms.

By Brendan Krisel, Patch Staff

UPPER WEST SIDE, NY — Riverside Park is known around New York City for its many playgrounds and sports fields, green sloping hills and scenic greenway. It's also known among regular parkgoers for

For the First Time in a Decade, Retail Rents Decline

Co-op and condo boards plagued with vacant commercial space in their buildings might want to read the fall 2019 Manhattan Retail Report just released by the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY). It offers a solution to those stubborn retail vacancies: reduce the rent.

Out of the 17 major corridors

Harlem Church To Be Redeveloped Into Apartments

The Grace Congregational Church of Harlem filed development plans for its West 139th Street building.

By Brendan Krisel

HARLEM, NY — Another Harlem church is redeveloping into a mixed-use building that will feature apartments and a new space for the congregation, according to plans filed recently with the city.


The Grace Congregational Church

Harlem Private School To Build St. Nicholas Ave Campus

Harlem Academy — founded in 2004 — is raising $31 million to build its new 28,500-square-foot campus.

By Brendan Krisel

HARLEM, NY — A Harlem private school founded 15 years ago will build a new 28,500-square-foot permanent campus in the neighborhood, school officials announced Tuesday.


Harlem Academy is raising $31 million to acquire