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Long Island City »

The BID, run by LIC Partnership, may expand to cover Vernon Boulevard, Jackson Avenue and 44th Drive.

Bed-Stuy »

Organizers are aiming to create greater "retail diversity" in the areas along Fulton Street.

Cobble Hill »

The committee behind the neighborhood's proposed BID want to spruce up the busy streets.

Jackson Heights »

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

Cobble Hill »

The Court & Smith Street BID would aim to drive foot traffic to local shops and restaurants.

Elmhurst »

The Roosevelt Avenue Community Alliance is hosting the directors of a film about gentrification.

SoHo »

Mayor Michael Bloomberg signed legislation establishing the controversial SoHo BID.

Long Island City »

Elizabeth Lusskin will take over as head of the LIC Partnership starting Oct. 15, replacing Gayle Baron.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Community Board 4 asked to rename it  the Hudson Yards/Hell's Kitchen Alliance .

Jackson Heights »

The improvement district would strengthen local businesses, according to the civic group proposing it.

Midtown »

Litter and trash bags on the block attract rats and other rodents, locals claim.

West Brighton »

The Forest Avenue BID will give out coupons and a restaurant guide for businesses on the street.

Midtown »

The Avenue of the Americas business improvement district is expected to be formed in 9 to 15 months.

SoHo »

A vote on the BID could come as soon as next month but residents and businesses are still sparring.

Midtown East »

Tens of thousands of shoppers will be given free, reusable cards entitling them to special offers.