Uptown Links: Harlem's One45 Project Is Dead, a New Affordable Housing Lottery, and More


A housing lottery has launched at One East Harlem.
A housing lottery has launched at One East Harlem at 201 E 125th Street.

• Developers of the One45 complex have killed the controversial residential project after facing opposition from Councilmember Kristin Richardson Jordan and the local community board. In the developers' final version, half of the 915 apartments planned for the two towers at W 145th Street and Lenox Avenue would have been income restricted, but Councilmember Richardson Jordan said she wanted all the apartments to be rent regulated. [Gothamist]


• An affordable housing lottery has launched for the new One East Harlem at 201 E 125th Street and Third Avenue. New Yorkers earning between 40% and 165% of the area median income have until August 1, 2022 to apply for 268 affordable apartments. [6sqft]


• Charles Pan Fried Chicken's third and fourth locations are coming into view. Chef Charles Gabriel's rapidly expanding fried chicken empire—two new outposts debuted this year on the Upper West Side and Harlem—has announced plans to open at 439 West 125th Street and 1325 Fifth Avenue between E 111 and E 112th Streets. [Patch]


• As its new ambassador and consultant, Dapper Dan will help give the 11,000-square-feet Krab Queenz Harlem coming to 125th Street "an authentic Harlem feel." [Black Enterprise]


• It's official: The corner of 140th St and Lenox has been renamed after Harlem rapper Lamont “Big L” Coleman, who was killed more than 20 years ago. [Vulture]


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