Vote For Our 125th Street BID To Be The Best In Manhattan

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. Continue Reading →

Barbara Askins Talks 125th Street On The Danny Tisdale Show (Video)

Join Barbara Askins, president and founder of the 125th Street BID, as she talks about the future of 125th Street, the growth of Harlem, her paintings and much more, with award-winning host Danny Tisdale on The Danny Tisdale Show. Continue Reading →

93K Small Businesses Benefited From NYC’s Business Improvement Districts Report

Metro reports that New York City has been making an effort to help small businesses from Harlem to Hollis — more than 93,000 of them, according to a new report. Continue Reading →

Approaching Snow Coming To Harlem

125th Street BID reports that the New York City Department of Sanitation has issued a Snow Alert for Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 6 p.m. Continue Reading →

Rudy’s World: Big Belly Solar Panel Trash Compactor Launch In Harlem

By Rudy Collins

On July 22nd, 2017, State Sen. Brian Benjamin, Council member Bill Perkins, the NAACP, Barbara Askins, president of the 125th Street BID and others were on hand to present the new solar panel trash compactors to help clean up Harlem’s 125th Street and Lenox Avenue.

Continue Reading →

Community Board 10 And 125th Street BID Unveil Clean And Healthy Harlem Campaign

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. Continue Reading →

125th Street BID At The ICSC 2016 NY Deal Making Conference

125th-street-bid-final2The 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.” Continue Reading →

Sign Up for the Harlem World Newsletter