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Corner power-washing continues this month.  The Initiative generally has cleanings on the second Monday/Tuesday and the fourth Monday/Tuesday of the month from April through November. For October there will be power washing on:  October 10, 11, 24 and 25.  ACE power-washes each corner and all trash/recycling receptacles on the corners from 7pm until no later […]

On Friday 9/2 at 10am, the Uniqlo SoHo store at 546 Broadway will re-open to the public.  As part of the re-opening, Uniqlo will be hosting a Ribbon Cutting ceremony on Friday, 9/2 and  holding special re-opening promotions starting on Friday 9/2 through Monday, 9/5.  In addition, the Uniqlo cube will be on display curbside […]

Ronnie Wolf, long time resident, interior designer and SBI Board member In 2015, the City completed a road reconstruction and water main replacement project along Grand Street. As part of the project, several items of street furniture were removed and re-installed once the project was completed…except for two blue USPS mailboxes. These two mailboxes once […]

Corner power-washing continues this month. The Initiative generally has cleanings on the second Monday/Tuesday and the fourth Monday/Tuesday of the month from April through November. For September there will be power washing on: September 12, 13, 26 and 27. ACE power-washes each corner and all trash/recycling receptacles on the corners from 7pm until no later […]

Did you know that New Yorker’s are throwing out nearly six million tons of waste every year? That is equivalent to 141 billion Twinkies in our landfill. Much of that waste includes items such as clothes, books, and electronics that can be reused. By donating these goods, New Yorkers can help keep waste out of […]

In any discussion about  SoHo preservation, the name Jane Jacobs usually comes up almost immediately. But there is another, lesser-known yet hugely influential figure in the saga of saving SoHo and preserving its architectural heritage: Margot Gayle.

This is a friendly reminder that DSNY residential garbage collection is suspended on Monday, September 5 for the observance of the Labor Day holiday. Please do not place garbage items out for collection on Monday, September 5. DSNY collection on Broadway will resume on Wednesday, September 7. Visit NY Department of Sanitaion website for more […]

Researchers at Columbia University are conducting a research project to examine the role of historic districts in New York City’s urban life. The project includes an online public survey to better understand how New Yorkers value the social, environmental, and economic aims of historic district preservation. Recent scholarship and media coverage have examined how the […]

The St. Nicholas Hotel, on the west side of Broadway between Spring and Broome Streets, was a hotel like nothing New York City had seen before.

Here are some more stories about how our neighborhood’s streets got their names.

The NYC Hospitality Alliance is working with the NYC Department of Small Business Services to investigate the impact that scaffolding and sidewalk sheds have on restaurants and other businesses. (A sidewalk shed is a structure constructed to protect pedestrians from falling objects due to construction.) If scaffolding and sidewalk sheds have ever been installed in […]

Corner power-washing continues this month. We generally have cleanings on the second Monday/Tuesday and the fourth Monday/Tuesday of the month from April through November. For August there will be power washing on: August 8, 9, 22 and 23. ACE power-washes each corner and all trash/recycling receptacles on the corners from 7pm until no later than […]

The New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) has announced the launch of donateNYC, a program designed to make finding and giving second-hand goods easier for New Yorkers. donateNYC provides residents with a website and mobile app to help them search by material and location to find the most convenient place to give or find […]

On June 15, the Initiative met with residents of the SoHo Broadway corridor at our first meeting of the Residential Affinity Group. The Initiative thanks those who attended and Boxed Wholesale for hosting the meeting at their office (and for providing those tasty snacks). An affinity group is a group formed around a shared interest, […]

Karissa Lidstrand joined the SoHo Broadway Initiative in October 2015 as an Outreach Coordinator intern. Hailing from eastern Washington state, in June 2015 she drove cross county from Seattle, Washington to New York. Karissa moved to New York to attend Pratt Institute where she is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Urban Placemaking and Management. Karissa […]

Manhattan Community Board 2 SoHo Broadway Neighborhood

Manhattan Community Board No. 2 – Meeting Thurs, July 18

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 Neighborhood Resources

Robert Irwin at Judd Foundation April 4–August 31, 2024

Closing: Robert Irwin at Judd Foundation on August 31

Judd Foundation presents Robert Irwin, an exhibition of three works at 101 Spring Street in New York.

Frank Walter: To Capture a Soul at the Drawing Center New York

Closing-Frank Walter: To Capture a Soul @ The Drawing Center

CLOSING EXHIBITION – Frank Walter: To Capture a Soul at the Drawing Center – SoHo Events

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