Buzz builds for Harlem as place to set up shop for new businesses

There’s a serious buzz in the air, and uptown has the feel of a boom town, with new businesses sprouting up across Harlem.

A national engineering firm’s new Harlem offices near historic Striver's Row, a unique celebrity-connected boutique restaurant in Hamilton Heights and the planned 200,000-square-foot complex that will bring several major retail and food chains to 125th St. are just some of the evidence business is budding.

“We welcome all new businesses that will help provide much-needed services to Harlem,” said Brian Benjamin — chairman of Manhattan Community Board 10, which covers central Harlem — speaking about the planned commercial complex at W. 125th St. and Malcolm X Blvd.

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