The patterns of white New Yorkers since 2016 results in a fascinating map of our city. Downtown/central Brooklyn has seen the largest increases, as has Central Harlem.
Meanwhile the neighborhoods where white New Yorkers are leaving, tend to be on the fringes of the city, in lower density communities, and in Queens, in particular.
New Development for Park Avenue Between 126th and 128th Streets
CB11 approved a new proposed development in East Harlem that would have 2 new 17 story buildings, bringing 450 units of affordable housing. The location sits between 1775 Houses and AK Houses and would include retail space on the street level.
The developers – Tahl Propp Equities – currently own over 3,000 apartments in East Harlem. This development would be reserved for people with low and extremely low incomes.
To see which other buildings Tahl Propp Equities owns near you, see: https://therealdeal.com/new-research/topics/company/tahl-propp-equities/