Manhattan Community Board #2 Manhattan is one of the first community boards to be established in the early 1960’s. One of Soho Broadway Community Resources
The Museum of Ice Cream is opening on SoHo Broadway December 14.
After an intensive six-month stakeholder engagement process, the Process Sponsors have issued the Envision SoHo/NoHo Summary of Findings and Recommendations.
Brandon Zwagerman, the Initiative’s Community Engagement and Planning Manager, has been accepted into the Coro Neighborhood Leadership Program’s 2020 cohort.
Join the Initiative and fellow SoHo Broadway residents, business leaders, employees for an evening of camaraderie in celebration of our vibrant community.
Changes needed to ensure SoHo continues as unique crown jewel of the city.
On September 6 and October 4, 2019, in collaboration with the New York City Department of Transportation’s Weekend Walks program, the SoHo Broadway Initiative transformed Howard Street between Mercer Street and Crosby Street into a pedestrian-only space.
Check out the SoHo Broadway Initiative’s Event/ Meeting Spaces Directory to see what spaces are available in the district.
An UGG pop-up has come to SoHo Broadway!
T.J. Maxx opens location in the neighborhood.
Join WE NYC and Women.nyc for our annual Summit in honor of Women’s Entrepreneurship Day!
The Initiative has developed and recently adopted a series of planning goals, which are enthusiastically supported by residential and commercial stakeholders from SoHo Broadway.
New York City Jewelry Week returns to SoHo Broadway, with innovative programming dedicated to promoting and celebrating the world of jewelry
The SoHo Broadway Initiative is pleased to announce our 2020 Sponsorship Program!
The New York City Department of Transportation will be implementing streetscape improvements in SoHo Broadway
The 12-story Little Singer Building at 561 Broadway is not really that little