Comptroller Scott M. Stringer’s M/WBE University 2021 is a series of workshops designed to increase access to the Comptroller’s Office and citywide opportunities for M/WBEs.
The SoHo Broadway Initiative is pleased to release a Request for Proposal. The Initiative seeks to hire a consultant to develop a guidebook on the M1-5B zoning found within the the District and to use publicly available data to develop a land use profile of the district. Proposals in response to the District Mapping RFP are due by […]
Way to show your Love SoHo Broadway! When we asked for some love, the SoHo Broadway community came through in a big way. 476 surveys were completed, an increase of 301 surveys or 172% more than from 2015. The Initiative added 120 subscribers (an increase of 12%!) to our email list while the Community Survey […]
Corner power-washing resumes this month. Based on feedback from stakeholders, we are moving to semi-monthly cleanings. We will generally have cleanings on the second Monday/Tuesday and the fourth Monday/Tuesday of the month from April through November. For April there will be power washing on: 4/11 and 4/12 followed by 4/25 and 4/26. ACE power-washes each […]
It’s that time of year again, please mark Monday, June 20, 2016 on your calendar for the SoHo Broadway Initiative’s 2nd Annual Meeting. The Initiative is busy working on an exciting program and is looking forward to the opportunity to update the SoHo Broadway community on what we are working on.
The SoHo Broadway Initiative invites you to take the 2016 Community Survey! (survey now closed) This is your chance to evaluate our work and share your priorities for the SoHo Broadway corridor. For each survey completed, $25 is donated to God’s Love We Deliver by this year’s Survey Sponsors. God’s Love We Deliver, is a […]
The Initiative is pleased to announce that the SoHo Broadway Vending Guidebook is now available in hard copy and for download. The guidebook is a handy resource for property owners, retailers, residents and vendors within the SoHo Broadway Initiative’s business improvement district. The Vending Guidebook provides a summary of laws and rules that apply to […]
Broadway during Winter Storm Jonas 2016-Photo: Anders Holst On Saturday, January 23rd, the New York area welcomed Winter Storm Jonas. After all was said and done, the storm left 26.8” of snow in Central Park, the second highest snowfall in New York City’s history. For a brief moment, New York City came to a standstill, […]
Did you ever wonder why there are times when bags of garbage seem to stay in front of buildings for days? Chances are garbage or recycling was placed out for pick up on a day when Department of Sanitation (“DSNY”) residential collection was suspended due to a holiday being observed. Don’t worry the Initiative is […]
In spite of the recent unseasonably warm weather in December, winter precipitation in the Northeast is likely to arrive in January, February and March. Residents and businesses should prepare to be safe and patient as streets and transportation will be effected. As winter weather begins and as conditions allow, the SoHo Broadway Initiative and its […]
The Initiative is excited to announce that David “Bill” Decker has joined the Initiative as its Director of Operations. Bill recently retired after a distinguished career with the New York City Police Department where he was most recently served as a Sergeant prior to joining the Initiative. Bill will be leading the Initiative’s Public Safety […]
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend our Information Session on November 5th where the Initiative updated the public on its efforts and presented its Draft Curb Vending Regulation Maps. The Initiative presented information on how the maps were created and the rules that govern sidewalk vendors seeking to operate in the district. […]
Each year, we read stories about the throngs of shoppers who flock to stores to shop on Black Friday for the holiday season. Last year, Broadway started off quietly but by 11am the sidewalks were full of shoppers and visitors. This year, we can expect much of the same. Here are some tips to make […]
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend our Information Session on November 5th where the Initiative updated the public on its efforts and presented its Draft Curb Vending Regulation Maps. Please download Minutes of the Information Session and the Meeting Packet (includes District Vendor Curb Regulation Map- Mapping Methodology and 1st draft of Curb Vending Regulation […]
‘City Councilwoman Margaret Chin is proposing legislation that would require landlords who own apartments in SoHo and NoHo long designated Joint Living Work Quarters for artists to notify the city when the units become vacant, before offering them to new renters.’ Follow this story by Danielle Tcholakian from DNAinfo.com Read more about this proposed legislation HERE
Our Clean Team member Elbert Copeland has been featured in the N.Y. / REGION section of the New York Times on November 3rd. Story By NYT writer JOHN GRIPPE. Please read about this amazing man and integral part of the SoHo Broadway community: READ full article here READ our interview with Elbert here