Nine years later, just 1 percent of Columbia’s $10 million commitment to affordable housing has been spent
Outside the West Harlem Development Corporation’s office, which sits on 127th Street between Morningside and Amsterdam Avenue, is a parking lot.
Half of the West Harlem Development Corporation's $20 million affordable housing fund will be administered by the Local Initiatives Support Corporation, the group's board of directors announced last week....
Updated, May 2, 11:18 a.m
Longtime antiviolence activists Derrick Haynes and Taylonn Murphy see more than empty storefronts on the mostly abandoned block of Old Broadway between 125th and 126th streets....
As they continue the process of distributing $76 million to the West Harlem community, representatives of the West Harlem Development Corporation said that while their current outreach has been successful, local residents need more programs that can teach them how to effectively apply for grants....
The West Harlem Development Corporation has changed its policies for awarding grants to local organizations, WHDC Executive Director Kofi Boateng announced Thursday evening at a community meeting at P.S. 129 in West Harlem....
Updated March 10 at 2:18 p.m.
Days after two children were allegedly attacked and called "Ebola" at a Bronx middle school, community leaders and politicians in Harlem held a series of meetings to inform locals about and combat stigmatization caused by the deadly disease....