Rents these days! For all this chatter about a recession, it’s still awfully expensive to live in Manhattan.
Taking a quick gander at the average rents for Manhattan neighborhoods in Citi Habitats’ October rental report, two things become abundantly clear: Most people can’t afford to live in Soho/Tribeca and all spendthrift renters need to Read More
People really want to exercise in Harlem.
The New York Sports Club that is set to open at the Langston, a 180-unit mixed-use condominium in Hamilton Heights, has decided to lease an additional 4,000 square-feet of space, according to a press release. That brings the total square footage at the location for treadmills Read More
Mike just announced the formation of African-Americans for Bloomberg, headlined by “Supermodel Iman, restaurateur and lifestyles guru B. Smith, former New York basketball phenom Rod Strickland, Inner City Broadcasting Chairman Pierre (Peppy) Sutton, former Mets First Baseman Mo Vaughn, Harlem Real Estate Icon Eugene H. Webb and the owner of the Harlem Grill Allen Read More