Uptown links: co-living comes to Strivers' Row, and more

Updated: Mar 23


Harlem's newest co-living space is on Strivers' Row

• Ever dreamed of living on historic Strivers' Row? Here's your chance: co-living startup Common just opened its third Harlem location at 267 W 139th Street. [6sqft]


• Speaking of Harlem's 10030 ZIP Code (yes, Strivers' Row is square in the middle), the area saw real estate prices jump by 159% in nine years. [Patch]


• 104-year-old artist Carmen Herrera, known for her abstract geometric paintings, will soon have a huge mural in East Harlem thanks to arts non-profit Publicolor. [NY Times]


• Three of the six New York City projects given a MASterworks Award by the Municipal Art Society this year are in Harlem, including the Fire Watchtower at Marcus Garvey Park. The prizes "pay tribute to projects that make a significant contribution to New York City’s built environment." [MASNYC]


• The New York City Football Club and a developer are nearing a deal to build a new soccer stadium right next to Yankee Stadium in the South Bronx. [Commercial Observer]


• Harlem's two new fast-casual spots, Teranga and Fieldtrip, are "stunning." [Eater NY]


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