Frederick Douglass

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United States abolitionist who escaped from slavery and became an influential writer and lecturer in the North (1817-1895)

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The 12-story, 89-unit residential development is located in the heart of Hadem on Fredrick Douglass Boulevard between 122nd and 123rd Streets.
Billy Procida, President of Procida, commented, "Hans Futterman and his team at Ladera are excellent and experienced developers with a solid track record in Harlem, having completed numerous premier projects in the area, including 2280 Fredrick Douglass, a landmark property commanding the highest prices in Harlem.
Chapter 1 situates King's concept of equality in the work of Fredrick Douglass, who maintained that moral principles must be applied universally; that is, to all peoples, regardless of their race or ethnicity.
Sales at PS90 begin officially this week with the opening of the off-site sales office, which is located at the northeast corner of Fredrick Douglass Boulevard and 148th Street.
The brokerage will be moving from the space it has occupied for the last seven years at 2169 Fredrick Douglass Boulevard to a larger location at 2112 Fredrick Douglas Boulevard on the corner of 114th Street.
Stephanie Downey, principal of one of the participating schools - Fredrick Douglass Elementary School in Winchester, Va.
As part of the Hometown Heroes Program, The Dime was allocated over 1000 tickets from the Yankees which it has subsequently donated to local community groups including: Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Rockland, Community of Hispanic Children & Families, Fordham Tremont Center, Fredrick Douglass Community Center, Gateway Youth Outreach, Harlem YMCA, Health Industry Resources Enterprises, Hostos Community College, La Casa de Don Pedro, Louis Armstrong Center, New Heights Neighborhood Center, NY Council on Adoptable Children, Puerto Rican Family Institute, Richmond Children's Center, Inc.
Len Solinsky arranged for a construction loan in the amount of $1,700,000 for the rehab of a 12 unit residential apartment building on Fredrick Douglass Blvd.