Two nonprofit arts groups, the National Jazz Museum in Harlem and ImageNation, which supports independent cinema and progressive music, were selected on Monday to be part of the proposed Mart 125 redevelopment project, which would transform a centrally located but currently abandoned eyesore on Harlem’s main commercial thoroughfare into a mixed-use space.
But for the project to move forward, it must be able to attract interest from developers, which could be a questionable proposition given the economic downturn that has stagnated the real estate market....
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