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Mixed-use project breaks ground uptown | Manhattan Times

By Gregg McQueen They were grooving at the groundbreaking. One East Harlem, a mixed-use development with more than 400 units of housing, has officially broke ground – and young members of Groove With Me, a local dance troupe, joined…

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Eviction Fiction | Manhattan Times

BY Gregg McQueen Jacinta Duran was shocked after opening her mail one day this past February. Duran, who lives in a rent-controlled apartment on Sherman Avenue in Inwood, received a notice stating that she needed to vacate her apartment…

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A Garden Party | Manhattan Times

Story by Gregg McQueen Photos by Gregg McQueen and Cristóbal Vivar The hardhats had a feast. A 12-story affordable housing complex in East Harlem is one step closer to completion, as construction on Acacia Gardens, a 179-unit building created…

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Uptown Tonight: Inwood Tenant Forum

Inwood Tenant Forum Mon, January 23, 2017 @ 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM  I S 52 Junior High School 650 Academy Street A portfolio of Inwood building have been recently sold. It is extremely important that tenants know their…

Affordable Housing Advocate Pat McCullough To Be Honored This Weekend

Pat McCullough: Your Landlord’s Worst Nightmare from Elizabeth West on Vimeo. In recognition of Patricia McCullough’s four decades of dedicated and effective community service, Council member Robert Jackson invites you to join the Department of Parks & Recreation for…

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2142 Amsterdam: From rubble to housing | Manhattan Times

Story and photos by Robin Elisabeth Kilmer 2142 Amsterdam Avenue has stood vacant for 18 years. But its days of being a pile of rubble are numbered. In early 2014, the vacant lot, along with two other abutting lots,…

Sugar Hill - Breaking Ground

A sweet deal in Sugar Hill | Manhattan Times

Story & Photo by Sandra E. García The Sugar Hill neighborhood of northern Manhattan just got a little sweeter. This past Thurs., July 19th, community leaders, residents and elected officials broke ground on what was once a parking lot…