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.
On August 13th, 2020, the headlines on the digital version of AMNY headlines read Times Square rally seeks to expand street vendors – but can New York City take it?
125th Street BID continues its “Harlem Canvas For Change” project based on the protest regarding the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Michael Brown, Philando Castile and sadly many others.
Curfew will Be Issued For NYC Governor Says A curfew will be imposed for New York City Monday night, Governor Andrew Cuomo says, days after violent protests ended with looting, vandalism, fires and clashes between protestors and police.
Prominent New York City industry leaders in restaurants, nightlife, retail, real estate, economic development and tech have joined forces to advocate for urgently-needed relief to save the city’s small business community.
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.
On Tuesday, August 8, 2017, Community Board 10 and 125th Street BID will unveil four new Big Belly trash receptacles on 125th Street as part of our Clean and Healthy Harlem Campaign.
The 125th Street BID sent us their new newsletter photographs from the New York National Deal Making Conference that as they said, “was a great opportunity for owners from municipalities, managers to product and service providers to gather under one roof to exhibit, make deals and form successful business partnerships.”
Southwest corner of Lenox Avenue 125th Street is currently the home of several construction sites that leave pedestrians, visitors & residents eager to see the final products.
Last week, 125th Street BID President, Barbara Askins (right) & Director of Operations, Anthony Baker (left) met with Police officer Kenyatta Hooks (center) and the newly assigned officers of the 28th precinct.
This very valuable service has been well received by the business community in Harlem and those looking to come to 125th Street. We look to add additional locations in the near future.
Here is the weekly and yearly visitor number count on 125th Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard from November 11th-November 17th, 2013 in Harlem from the 125th Street BID:
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: