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82nd Street Partnership Announces New Director

Leslie Ramos, with experience in city government, was selected after a two-month search. 

Jackson Heights »

Taste Queens' Best Food Carts and Dance on Party Bus at Annual Festival

Viva La Comida! returns on Sept. 20 for a daylong event on 82nd Street.

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82nd Street BID Director Stepping Down to Take Position in NoHo

Seth Taylor joined the 82nd Street Partnership in 2012.

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Planned Business Improvement District Loses Support of Major Advocacy Group

Make the Road New York said it agrees with many aspects of the BID, but won't support it. 

Corona »

Groups Spar Over Proposed Business Improvement District

The presentation was given to a small group of community board members in Corona.

Jackson Heights »

Jackson Heights Dance School Helping Kids Take Step in Right Direction

The Urzua Center of Performing Arts is holding an online fundraiser to support its programs.

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Gap Outlet Store Moving Into Rite Aid Space on 82nd Street

The store closed Sunday and the Gap Outlet shop should open by the fall.

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Food Truck Fest Selling VIP Passes for Guided Tour and No Lines

Food trucks from around the city will gather in Jackson Heights for the second annual "Viva La Comida!"

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Proposed BID Draws Fire from Small Business Group

The business owners say the plan will push them out of their Queens neighborhoods.

Elmhurst »

Elmhurst Residents Pitch in for Dunningham Triangle Renovation Plan

After soliciting responses from 130 people, the 82nd Street Partnership will present a plan to the city.

Jackson Heights »

82nd Street BID to Help Historic District Businesses Get Up to Code

A part of Jackson Heights' historic district is one of the city's least compliant in keeping up to code.

Jackson Heights »

After Years of Neglect, 82nd Street Starts to Shine

Seth Taylor and the 82nd Street Partnership have worked to improve the business district.

Elmhurst »

Cultural Festival Coming to Newly-Renovated Dunningham Triangle

A festival highlighting local food, music and dancing is coming to Dunningham Triangle.

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