Some merchants on Seventh Avenue want to form a BID to pay for street sweeping and other beautification.
Participating restaurants and shops include Pastis, the Standard Hotel and Soho House.
After soliciting responses from 130 people, the 82nd Street Partnership will present a plan to the city.
Community Board 11 Chair wants to ramp up the process of creating a BID by the end of the year.
Merchants want to establish a BID that would pay for maintenance and upkeep along Seventh Avenue.
On Saturday, Dec. 1, many swanky Madison Avenue shops will donate 20 percent of their sales to charity.
The East Midtown Partnership has placed 21 paper-only recycling bins around the district.
Supporters of a plan to create a BID on Broadway say it would ease pedestrian traffic and reduce trash.
Community Board 2 is looking to establish a BID in Woodside.
Some Chinatown property owners can expect a combined tax credit of $300,000 from the Dept. of Finance.
The Council voted 50-0 to support the creation of a Chinatown Business Improvement District.
A host of galleries will show 9/11-related exhibitions to coincide with next week's 10th anniversary.
Dr. Norbert Sander and Elba Pichardo received Neighborhood Achievement Awards for their work in Washington Heights.
The business improvement district hopes to expand to cover more than 1,000 properties across the Lower East Side.
The Fashion Center BID says the proximity of the Broadway pedestrian plaza and bike lanes is dangerous.
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