A leader of the consortium selected by city officials to build a mixed-use development on East 125th Street in Harlem has been dropped from the S&P 500 because its shares are virtually worthless, according to an article in today’s Wall Street Journal:
The latest meltdown in shares of mall and industrial REITs Read More
From this week’s Village Voice, regarding poet Langston Hughes’ old brownstone on East 127th Street:
But finding any other evidence there of the acclaimed poet’s contributions to American literature and the Harlem Renaissance is more difficult. Although the brownstone where Hughes spent the last 20 years of his life has been landmarked since Read More
The winner of the most amusing marketing campaign of the week goes to 1200 Fifth Avenue, listed by the Corcoran Group.
Perhaps to counter the stigma of the building’s “less than perfect 10029 zipcode” in East Harlem, Corcoran has unrolled a sort of “if you need to ask how much, Read More
"$1,200 is the average — I’m selling for half!"
Michael Waldman might sound like a used-car salesman. He’s not. He sells motorcycles. He’s also a developer.
Last week, Mr. Waldman unveiled his new 30-unit luxury condo complex in East Harlem called The Bridges during a splashy gala featuring Cuban cuisine Read More