June 7, 2016

 The Harlem International Film Festivalis offering free, exclusive screenings to residents of the rental complex Enclave at The Cathedral at 400 W. 113th St. The festival has partnered with the Brodsky Organization — which developed the 15-story, 430-unit complex with...

January 22, 2016

Nicole Gibbons, an African-American interior designer and TV personality, is the interior designer for Enclave at the Cathedral, the new 15-story, 430-unit rental complex in Harlem, N.Y.

Gibbons, who is based in Harlem, will be providing the furnishing and designing the...

January 7, 2016

Apartments offer exclusive views of Cathedral of St. John the Divine, rankling some neighbors

Just beyond the floor-to-ceiling picture windows of a new rental building on West 113th Street is a view of carved saints and gargoyles, stained glass and the huge, granite but...

October 30, 2015

Multi-millionaire real estate developer R. Donahue Peebles' vision of New York is of "a tale of one city" -- a city where everyone gets an equal opportunity, as he puts it.

 

As mayor, Peebles says he'd make sure that every community -- every ethnic group, had equal acce...

October 7, 2015

Some of Gov. Andrew Cuomo's top aides told an influential group of black ministers Tuesday that the state would push for minority-owned firms to receive 30 percent of the highest level contracts to rebuild LaGuardia Airport's central terminal.

 

 

 

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October 5, 2015

 

MIDTOWN — A group of ministers and elected officials is calling on Gov. Andrew Cuomo to ensure that 30 percent of the $4 billion plan to rebuild LaGuardia Airport is handled by firms owned by minorities at the highest levels of the project.

 

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May 28, 2015

Paul Brown has been appointed Senior Vice President of Airport Operators for the Transportation Consortium of New York  (TCNY-A). In his new position, Mr. Brown will be a responsible for planning, sourcing and executing the development of commercial goods at TCNY-A pro...

October 29, 2014

Two brothers who recently immigrated to the Bronx from Senegal, West Africa allegedly were beaten and badly injured by several students who called them “Ebola” in school, an advocacy group reported.

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October 27, 2014

(CNN) -- On Friday, a group of students attacked two of their peers at I.S. 318 in the Bronx while yelling "Ebola" at the brothers who had recently returned from Senegal, the boys' father told CNN affiliate News 12.

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