Councilmember Erik Bottcher & Hudson Square BID Unveil New Measures to Keep Streets CleanJuly 13, 2023New Bigbelly trash compactors, Smart Composting Bin, and Clean Curb containers reduce waste on sidewalks and keep City streets clean and safe.  This month, the Hudson Square BID and the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) …
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Hudson Square dedicates tree to Jackie Robinson MuseumJune 28, 2023On Thursday, June 15th, the Hudson Square BID proudly stood beside The Jackie Robinson Foundation to dedicate a tree in celebration of the new Jackie Robinson Museum. The BID pays tribute to a true trailblazer who not …
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Live at Lunch is Back!May 30, 2023Hudson Square’s beloved Live at Lunch series is back! Starting this Wednesday, June 7th, Spring Street Park will come alive with jazz performances by a stellar lineup. Come enjoy your lunch and some tunes for an afternoon …
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Freeman Plaza Celebrates 10 Years!May 18, 2023On May 17th from 12-2 pm, the Hudson Square BID celebrated the 10th anniversary of our plazas at Freeman Plaza East. A special thank you to everyone who joined us for this annual celebration! We had an …
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Workforce Profile 2023May 12, 2023As part of our goal to make Hudson Square a place for people, the Hudson Square BID conducted a workforce survey in partnership with the Fund for the City of New York’s Community Planning Fellows Program. The …
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Introducing the Small Business Support TeamApril 18, 2023A new program has been launched by the Department of Buildings targeted to small business owners – Small Business Team. The goal is to help small businesses navigate DOB requirements, resolve issues, and enable businesses to open and …
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Congrats, Samara! A Crain’s Notable 2023 Leader in SustainabilityApril 17, 2023Congrats to our President and CEO Samara Karasyk for being a Crain’s 2023 Notable Leader in Sustainability! We are proud to have a leader who champions environmentally conscious initiatives and inspires us all to work towards a …
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How to Go Green in Hudson SquareApril 15, 2023Happy Earth Month! Sometimes it’s the small things that mean the most – so instead of doing a lot for one day, what is the simple act of green that you can sustain over time to make …
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Pine & Polk x CookUnityApril 14, 2023Pine & Polk is excited to announce their new partnership with CookUnity. You may know the brand as a meal delivery platform that brings delicious food right to your door. Now you’ll have the chance to sample …
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HSBID Issues RFP for Open Space DesignApril 13, 2023The Hudson Square Business Improvement District has issued a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the design of a new open space at 388 Hudson Street. The RFP can be downloaded here. Questions and answers to RFP can …
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Street Closure – Vandam St. between Hudson + VarickMarch 31, 2023Please be advised of the continued full road closing of Vandam Street between Hudson St + Varick St, on the following dates and times in order to install façade panels. 8am – 6pm, Saturdays 9am – 6pm Sundays …
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Full Roadway closure Vandam St. between Hudson + GreenwichMarch 30, 2023Please be advised of the full road closing of Vandam Street between Hudson + Greenwich Streets for boom and pump operations on the following dates + times: 7am– 4pm Monday thru Friday April 3rd to April 7th  Local deliveries …
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Street closures – 570 Washington ConstructionMarch 30, 2023570 Washington Street (180 Clarkson Street), is a 170,000 square foot development site bounded by West Houston -Washington – Clarkson – West Side Highway. Beginning March 27, equipment was delivered to begin building a construction fence to …
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2023 Parched Madness WinnersMarch 27, 2023The Hudson Square BID joined in on the fun this month with our rendition of Parched Madness, a friendly bracket competition to highlight some of our favorite cocktails in the neighborhood from local restaurants. From March 14-24, …
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DSNY New “set out times”March 16, 2023Effective April 1, Businesses that place waste at the curb* for collection have two options: If using a container with a secure lid, place waste at the curb 1 hour before closing, or If putting bags directly …
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Water Amnesty Program Ends April 30th!March 10, 2023This one-time-only effort is to help New Yorkers who have fallen behind on their water bills catch up.  The program is a 100% forgiveness of accrued interest if they pay all or part of their outstanding debt …
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Preparation for Inclement WeatherFebruary 27, 2023In preparation for tonight’s weather, here are a few tips and resources for guidance: Snow Laws Every owner, lessee, tenant, occupant, or other person having charge of any lot or building must clean snow and/or ice from …
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Aveda Institute Valentine’s OfferFebruary 2, 2023From February 1-14th, customers will receive a free Valentine’s gift with any retail purchase of $25 or more while supplies last. Learn more here.
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Travel Advisory: NJ Bound Holland Tunnel TrafficJanuary 30, 2023As per the Port Authority of NY + NJ, beginning Sunday, Feb. 5, 2023 through 2025, the New Jersey-bound tube of the Holland Tunnel will close during off-peak hours six overnights each week to accommodate extensive and …
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HSBID Issues RFP for Graphic DesignJanuary 5, 2023SBID seeks a graphic design Agency to develop marketing strategies and design deliverables and assets. The Hudson Square neighborhood continues to be one of New York’s creative hubs and it is imperative that our brand reflects and …
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Rat Prevention GuidelinesDecember 15, 2022Due to the rise in the population of rodents citywide, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) has issued some guidelines to help property managers curb rat activity.  Please click here to download the PDF. In …
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NYC Nite SchoolDecember 7, 2022The Office of Nightlife introduces Nite School, a series of monthly classes to educate industry owners, workers, and patrons about City agency resources, best practices as well as safety and harm reduction programs. Learn more here.
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Rodent Guidance for Outdoor DiningDecember 7, 2022On November 18th, Mayor Adams signed four bills into law to fight rats, with a special focus on those nesting under and around outdoor dining structures and surrounding trees. Follow these best practices to keep your dining …
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Calling all artists!November 28, 2022Hudson Square BID is excited to announce an open call for NYC-based artists to design and paint a series of creative wayfinding artworks in the Hudson Square neighborhood. The selected artist or artist team will paint original …
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