NEW YORK, NY – The Frederick Douglass Boulevard Alliance will honor former Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields with its first annual Award for Leadership and Community Development on Tuesday October 21st at the Harlem Garage (318 West 118th S
Welcome to Frederick Douglass Boulevard, a Harlem neighborhood known for its thriving “restaurant row,” and a gateway to culture and good living in upper Manhattan. Frederick Douglass Blvd. stretches north from Frederick Douglass Circle at 110 St. until it meets the Harlem River, at 159th St. (South of 110th St. the Blvd. is known as 8th Ave.) We are the Frederick Douglass Blvd. Alliance, a not-for-profit organization representing local residents, businesses and civic groups located on and around the avenue North of 110th St. and South of 125th St. Visit “Our Mission” to learn more about us, and what we’re doing to encourage a positive environment for Harlem’s families, businesses, and to thrive in. This site contains useful resources for residents and visitors alike. If you live in, work, or are thinking of moving to our neighborhood, contact us to join one of our regular meetings and learn more. For visitors, visit our interactive map of local businesses, local profiles, and our calendar of events. We hope to see you soon!