Over the past few years, Harlem has surged as one of New York City’s hotspots. The historically black neighborhood is home to one of the best culinary, art, and music scenes in Manhattan and is highly regarded for its diversity and historical significance. But as with many neighborhoods in New York, things are rapidly changing and new developments are constantly popping up.
When it comes to documenting the new developments on the rise in Harlem, it can be a bit tricky since the neighborhood has several sub-divisions. There is East Harlem, where there is enough change of its own to warrant its own development map (coming soon) and then there is the expansion of Columbia University in Manhattanville, which is drastically shifting the industrial landscape of the neighborhood while also driving out small business and thousands of local residents.
Focusing primarily on Central Harlem, we’ve rounded up some of the new residential developments that are headed to the neighborhood and are set to debut in the near future. If we’ve missed any, drop us a line in the comments below.Read More