Whole Foods—and Fatty Foods—Coming to Harlem

Over the course of the next few years, Harlem will undergo some major plastic surgery.

First up: a facelift.

Earlier this year, Columbia University began construction of their latest Manhattanville campus expansion, a 17-acre, $6.4 billion site in West Harlem which will serve as the future location of the Jerome L. Green Science Center.

“Five years ago we got some peculiar looks before bidding this project out,” executive director of environmental field compliance for Manhattanville development, Ramesh Raman, told DNAinfo. “Now, good contractors realize this is the wave of the future.”

Second in line: buttock implants.
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