By Chelsea Shannon for Tech.Co
for the past 4 years, Silicon Harlem has worked towards making Harlem the tech destination for startups in New York City while building up the local population. The area has established coworking spaces, gained gigabit infrastructure, secured investment capital for startups, and hosted monthly entrepreneur meetups.
Silicon Harlem strives to be part of the solution when it comes to lowering unemployment rates, increasing quality education opportunities, and producing sustainable job growth. And they’re off to a pretty great start.
Clayton Banks, the co-founder and CEO of Silicon Harlem, spoke of their upcoming projects to be housed in a new development in central Harlem. Foremost, it will be….(Cont. on Tech.co)