The holiday energy in Harlem is bigger and brighter than ever this year as the 125th Street Business Improvement District (125th St. BID).
Plans are underway to form a BID on East 125th Street, a diverse corridor with a rich cultural history, outstanding intermodal transit connectivity, and a growing population.
BET, a subsidiary of Paramount Global, in partnership by 125th Street BID and the Apollo, announced today the 10 recipients of the third annual Harlem Entrepreneurial Microgrant Initiative.
The 125th Street Business Improvement District (BID) along with Community Boards 9 & 10, are thrilled to announce that actor, host, comedian, producer, writer, director, DJ, philanthropist, and entrepreneur.
Many holiday traditions are being disrupted this year, but the Harlem holiday lights are set to shine as bright as ever over 125th Street.
At a recent event, held at Settepani Restaurant on Malcolm X Blvd., the president and CEO of the 125th Street Business Improvement District, Barbara Askins,
The clock is ticking but you still have time to vote for our 20-year-old 125thStreetBID, as the best Business Improvement District in Manhattan.
Manhattan Valley is a community located in the northern part of Upper West Side. It is bounded by West 110th Street to the north, Central Park West to the east, West 96th Street to the south, and Broadway to the west.
Barbara Askins We caught up with Barbara Askins, President & CEO of the 125th Street BID to ask her about the upcoming “Harlem Light It Up” campaign for the holidays:
It’s Thursday, October 1, 2020. Welcome to the weekly edition of the Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewers COVID newsletter.
Here’s a quick recap about things I know are happening this week from Harlem to Houston!
Apollo Theater, 125th St. Business Improvement District (BID) and the Harlem Commonwealth Council (HCC) congratulate the recipients of the Harlem Entrepreneurial Micro-Grant awards.
A lawsuit was filed by the 125th Street Business District Management Association Inc., a Harlem business group.
Harlem Fine Arts Show (HFAS) will celebrate their 15th year of being the largest traveling art show featuring Artists from the African Diaspora.
They are legendary neighborhoods, an ocean apart, yet connected by parallel histories and similar challenges.