Business owners met Wednesday to discuss forming a business district association to work together to lower rents in the buildings they rent from Columbia.
Under a new policy, which has so far been implemented in two of the building’s five towers, residents are required to use picture identification cards to swipe into the building.
Nectar Wine Bar was the first wine store on Frederick Douglass Boulevard, but closed due to economic pressures.
Twenty-one City Council members sent Mayor Michael Bloomberg a letter on Tuesday asking him to include Columbia and City College in his plans to bring applied science schools to the city.
The Columbia-Harlem Small Business Development Center held a workshop Tuesday morning to inform Harlem small-business owners about ways to access loans and credit.
Community Board 9 is working with the Horticultural Society of New York and STRIVE to give Harlem residents free green construction training and opportunities for jobs in the field.
“We really need it, right here in this spot,” said Tobie Childez, who has served as a crossing guard on the corner of 119th Street and Manhattan Avenue for almost 13 years. “They’re going against the light, and they don’t care.”
If regulations are not renewed many low and middle-income renters could be edged out of their apartments.
Little Bo Peep has lost her sheep in Times Square.
Community Board 7 passed a resolution furthering the community's fight against the building's conversion.
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