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Get to Know the 2019 Health & Fitness Influencers of SoHo Broadway. Be sure to scroll through each spotlight for promotional offers or class info at participating businesses.
A cultural programmer working within a healthcare organization, Rosie Clarke raises awareness about the Housing Works mission and generates income to support it.
She is the founder of the SoHo Memory Project and a 2018 SoHo Broadway Initiative Cast Iron Partner Award Recipient. Get to know Yukie Ohta.
Neighborhood Coordinating Officers are your local problem solvers. Meet SoHo Broadway’s NCO, Police Officer Sejdi Cobaj.
She’s created over 70 ballets for her company. Meet SoHo Broadway live-work resident, Rebecca Kelly.
Hand-picking Vintage for SoHo Broadway since 2016, meet Samantha Elias.
Get to know Market Manager at Artists & Fleas and 2018 Cast Iron Award recipient, Samantha Hoar.
Get to know SoHo Broadway resident, Initiative board member, and 2018 Cast Iron Award recipient, Katy Rice.
Mr. Green will be here until July 1st – #treasurethegreen or #sohobroadway
Say hello to the Office & Culture Manager over at Boxed, Reggie Nelson.
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A Public Space Enthusiast, Native New Yorker, and Editor in Chief of Urban Omnibus: Meet Mariana Mogilevich.
A native west-coaster, Douglas Dunn landed in SoHo about 30 years ago. He has since gathered with dancers, writers, and artists in Europe, across the US, and where it all began: SoHo Broadway. A professor at NYU and an active member of New York City dance scene, Dunn continues to inspire.
Nancy Trent founded her public relations firm, Trent and Company, in her SoHo apartment almost thirty years ago. Trent and Company, is a leading wellness publicity agency which has helped establish and grow wellness trends including spinning, pro-biotics and meditation.
Jonathan Glass is a security guard at 594 Broadway in SoHo as well as an artist.