Developer’s Harlem site could sell for $150M

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Developer Ian Bruce Eichner is selling his two-building, 600,000 square-foot, shovel-ready development site on East 125th Street and Park Avenue in a deal that could bring in $150 million.

Eichner said he decided to sell the 421-a-eligible mixed-use site in Harlem to focus on developing 45 E. 22nd Street and two other “terrific new projects” he declined to name.

Thelma Golden: Steering the Studio Museum Ahead

Friday, July 17, 2015

By Jennifer Smith - The Wall Street Journal

The Studio Museum in Harlem was hopping Wednesday night, its galleries packed with a diverse crowd of artsy revelers checking out the museum’s new slate of summer exhibitions.

Harlem Gymnasts Compete for Top Honors at National Championships in Texas

Thursday, July 16, 2015

By Gustavo Solis | DNAinfo

HARLEM - Nine of Harlem's most talented gymnasts are competing against the country's elite in the USA Championships in Texas Friday. 

The students, all from the Wendy Hilliard Gymnastics Foundation, had to qualify through regional and state competitions to advance to this stage. 

Galil Management buys five-building Harlem portfolio for $26M

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

By Claire Moses – The Real Deal

Galil Management bought a 52-unit, five-building residential package in West Harlem for a combined $25.8 million from Adam Verner’s Springhouse Partners in an off-market deal, The Real Deal has learned.

Springhouse bought the buildings at 220 West 116th Street and 449 West 125th Street from Treetop Development for $15.4 million in July 2014.

CUNY School of Medicine to open in Harlem in 2016

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

BY - NY Daily News

The City University of New York is opening its first-ever medical school in Harlem in 2016, Gov. Cuomo said Tuesday.

The CUNY School of Medicine will be located at City College and will launch its inaugural class in partnership with St. Barnabas Health System in the South Bronx.

Stanley Whitney Exhibit at Studio Museum in Harlem, New York

Tuesday, July 14, 2015
New York New York | 14 July 2015 | AMA | From July 16 to October 25, “Dance the Orange”, the first solo exhibition of artist Stanley Whitney in New York, will be held in the Studio Museum — in the hub of Harlem. The exhibition, organized by Lauren Haynes, associate curator, was funded through the Department of Cultural Affairs of New York, its City Council, and the state agency, the New York State Council on the Arts. It will present nearly twenty-nine paintings and works on paper, created between 2008 and 2015.

Harlem on Ice: A Renaissance of the Sport

Thursday, July 9, 2015