Hosted by West Harlem Community Preservation Organization & Historic Districts Council Saturday, March 9, 20249:00 a.m.The City College of New York Breakfast and a light lunch will be provided AIA continuing education credit available for each panel provided by Brooklyn AIA – How do communities within New York City navigate significant government initiatives directly affecting them?
“Harlem and the Future 2: Preserving Culture & Sustaining Historic Character in a Changing Environment” will discuss the current state of housing, neighborhood character, cultural identity, and houses of worship in a changing environment of city policies, development pressures, and displacement at the intersection of historic preservation. Harlem One Stop and the West Harlem Community
A virtual community information meeting hosted by the West Harlem Community Preservation Organization and Manhattan Community Board 9, is planned for Wednesday, June 29 at 6:00 pm to introduce a proposed State National Register Historic District for West Harlem. The district spans W 135th Street to W 155th Street, between the west side of Amsterdam
Access to affordable, quality food is critical to building strong neighborhoods. The Food Retail Expansion to Support Health (FRESH) program brings healthy and affordable food options to communities by lowering the costs of owning, leasing, developing, and renovating supermarket retail space. Since launching in 2009, 28 projects have been approved for FRESH tax incentives across five