Uptown Links: Neil Patrick Harris Sells Harlem Home for Record Price; Flor de Mayo Is Headed Uptown

Updated: May 25


Neil Patrick Harris Sells Harlem Home for Record Price
Neil Patrick Harris' Harlem brownstone decorated for Halloween in 2019.

• Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka have sold their five-story Harlem brownstone at 2036 Fifth Avenue near 125th Street for more than $7.1 million—a record for the neighborhood. The home was listed in August 2021 for $7.3 million and temporarily pulled off the market after water damage from a storm. [NY Post]


• Flor de Mayo, the Chino-Latino restaurant on the Upper West Side famous for its rotisserie chicken and nutcracker cocktails, is opening a third location at 4160 Broadway and 176th Street in Washington Heights. [The Uptown Collective]


• Everytable, a California chain focused on healthy meals that adapts its prices according to a neighborhood's median household income, plans to open two locations in Harlem (the East Village and Chelsea will come first). [NY Times]


• The new photography exhibition "Mariette Pathy Allen: House Ball, Harlem, 1984" features a collection of "magical portraits" from Harlem's '80s drag scene. [i-D]


• Stars including Jennifer Connelly and Jay Ellis came uptown for the NYC premiere of "Top Gun: Maverick" at the AMC Magic Johnson Harlem. [NY Daily News]


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