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Harlem Business Alliance Center

Located in Columbia University’s parking lot, the project collaborates with Harlem Business Alliance, which is a non-profit that will bring economic empowerment back into the West Harlem community through education, support and advocacy for Black-owned businesses and entrepreneurs. With the intervention, the structure attaches itself to the existing Columbia Nash building with scaffolding acting as an architectural response to the disturbance of Columbia’s campus expansion plan.
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