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•  Address 360 West 125th Street, New York, NY, 10027
•  phone 212-662-8999
•  Contact Barbara Askins
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125th Street Business Improvement District
Business Improvement District - The 125th Street Business Improvement District seeks to develop a community-based vision to maintain the heritage of 125th Street, to help secure future cultural presentation and production in Harlem and to encourage the ongoing revitalization of 125th Street as a premier art, culture and entertainment destination. Other goals include: event promotion and nightlife, to facilitate active tourism, to celebrate and build upon existing cultural assets, to catalyze economic development, to increase pedestrian mobility, to give the streetscape a cohesive modern appearance and reduce clutter, to develop additional public space, to include public art throughout the project, and to create a high quality urban environment that contributes to an identity for the Harlem community.

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•  Address 209 W. 38th Street, 2nd floor, New York, NY, 10018
•  phone 212-764-9600
•  Contact Gerald Scupp
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Garment District Alliance
Funded by the districtís 575 property owners and over 6,500 businesses, the Garment District Alliance draws upon the talents of business, civic and government leaders to make the neighborhood clean and safe while strengthening local businesses. Find out more about the mission of the Garment District Alliance, meet our board of directors and staff, explore the programs and services we provide, browse our publications, learn about news and events in the District, or contact us directly. The Alliance is one of 67 business improvement districts (BIDs) in New York City. A BID is a public/private partnership in which property and business owners elect to make a collective contribution toward revitalizing their commercial district. BIDs have helped revitalize neighborhoods and catalyze economic development throughout New York City.

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