Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Village, a forthcoming 18-story, 330-unit affordable housing development with an LGBTQ center, was originally slated to open in 2022. The pandemic, inflation, high costs of materials, and labor and supply shortages temporarily stalled the development, pushing the anticipated opening date to 2024, according to Harlem native and developer Ed Poteat, president of Carthage Real Estate Advisors. The mixed-income, mixed-use complex, named after the late Marcus Garvey, broke ground in November 2021 at 212-224 West 124th Street and Adam Clayton Boulevard. It will be 50% affordable housing and 50% market-rate housing. Find out more at gaycitynews.com.
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