Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce

Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce


Our Profile

About Us


The mission of our Chamber is to improve the quality of life for all of our residents, as well as to develop and attract quality business and professional services.

A Brief History

The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce is the oldest continual business organization in upper Manhattan, having been chartered in 1896 as the Harlem Board of Commerce. Twenty-five years later, the name was changed to The Uptown Chamber of Commerce. In 1993, reflecting the tremendous growth taking place in its service area, the Chamber’s name was officially changed to The Greater Harlem Chamber of Commerce. It was restructured as a not-for-profit business, civic and community development organization which would focus on commercial development, educational services, as well as concentrate on the development of small business, arts, culture, travel and tourism industries in the upper Manhattan area.

Who We Serve / Our Services

We are pleased that our Chamber dramatically continues to attract an ever-growing local, regional, national and international support base, ranging form single proprietors to Fortune 500 Corporations.

Our members consist of those who wish to contribute to and thrive from Harlem’s world-renowned vitality and recognition as a worldwide tourist, entertainment, sports, arts, cultural, educational, historic, religious and health services destination of international diversity.

Location of Chamber

200A West 136th Street New York, NY, US 10030

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