NoHo News Update - November 2019
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NoHo Small Business...Everyday
NoHo is full of small businesses with unique offerings for Holiday gifts as well as NoHo artists represented in nearby retail locations.  We are also home to a number of larger retailers who have launched entrepreneural enterprises.  We urge your support of their talents and enterprises.  Here's an updated list.

Adore Florals
Anna Sheffield
Astor Wine & Spirits
Billy Reid
Bond #9
CC Filson & Co.
Chef Restaurant Supply
Cote A Coast
Dashwood Books
Dear Rivington
Edie Parker
Face Gym
Future Perfect
Grande Central
Il Buco Vita
Jill Platner
John Derian Company
Kenneth Cole
Kith for Kids
Lululemon Lab
M&D Shapiro
Maria Cornejo
Modern Link
New Stand
October’s Very Own
Old Good Things
Phillip Lim
Rise Coffee
Suite 303
Tenth Generation – Caswell & Massey
The Detox Market
The Headphone Annex
Ulla Johnson
Win Restaurant Supply

And speaking of supporting small vendors...
The Market Line at Essex Crossing is now open 7AM to 1AM daily.
115 Delancey St., (at the corner of Norfolk St.)
Creative EconomyNYC Comptroller Scott Stringer found that the creative sector is an undeniable economic engine in New York City. It employs nearly 300,000 people, earns $30 billion in wages annually, and generates more than $100 billion in economic activity — that’s one in every eight dollars in annual economic output.
This bustling creative economy is a crucial part of the City's future, and City government must do more to help ensure the sector is able to thrive in the 21st century.  Read the full report.
NoHo Interior Design

No stranger to innovative interiors, a NoHo residence was, again, featured in Architectural Digest as "A Stirring Design Showpiece That's Both 'New and Unusual."  


The long-awaited report on the NoHo/SoHo Envisioning process is now released.  We urge you to read the Report.

Community Board 2 Manhattan Hearings This Month

Tues., 12/3 @ 6:30 PM ARTS & INSTITUTION,  Robin Rothstein, Chair, – The Performing Garage, 33 Wooster St., Theatre
  • * Discussion on a potential resolution that would mandate free or affordable space in perpetuity for CB2 non-profit arts organizations when a developer is allowed an increase in bulk.
Tues., 12/3 @ 6:30 PM SLA LICENSING 1, Robert Ely, Co-Chair and Cormac Flynn, Co-Chair, – St. Anthony of Padua Church, 151-155 Sullivan St., Lower Hall
  • 26 Bond Street Retail, LLC d/b/a The Smile, 26 Bond St. 10012 (OP; alteration to add liquor service to exterior patio/deck)
  • GJNY9, LLC d/b/a TBD, 45 Bond St. 10012 (New OP – Restaurant with sidewalk cafe)
  • Showfields, Inc. d/b/a Showfields, 11 Bond St. aka 348 Lafayette St. 10012 (New OP - Catering Establishment with exterior balcony/rooftop on 4th fl., Tavern Wine license on floors 1-3; previously unlicensed location)
Thurs., 12/5 @ 6:30 PM TRAFFIC & TRANSPORTATION, Shirley Secunda, Chair, - NYU Silver Building, 32 Waverly Place, Room 408 [Please note that the accessible entrance is located at 31 Washington Pl. ]
  • *Discussion of recommendations, evaluation of options and development of proposals in support of Curb-Access Parking rules based on increased demands from residential on-demand deliveries and FHV use.
Thurs., 12/19 @ 6:30 PM FULL BOARD, Carter Booth, Chair , Scholastic Building, 130 Mercer St., Auditorium.  THE PUBLIC SESSION BEGINS AT 6:30 PM. SPEAKER’S CARDS WILL BE NOT BE ACCEPTED AFTER 7:00 PM.

Giving Tuesday, December 3rd

NoHo is blessed to be the home of some very special nonprofits whose good works are known throughout the City, the State and indeed around the world.  Here are a few you may wish to consider in your giving this year:
NoHo Art 

NoHo's Hisako Kobayashi at Tibet House 22 W 15th St. through Jan. 3, 2020
"The dean of American art critics, Donald Kuspit, has devoted an essay to Hisako’s work. Kuspit contrasts her art with Jackson Pollock’s, observing: “Kobayashi’s slower moving, more intimate paintings–their more tender surface drawing us into the sensual depths, luring our psyche rather their overwhelming it, their calmer gestures softly touching the canvas rather than brusquely thrown down on it, their refined painterliness at odds with Pollock’s raw painterliness—embody the feminine sublime.”

Basquiet and Glen O'Brien Film “Downtown 81,” Through Dec. 5th

Written by Warhol Factory-alum and Interview magazine editor Glenn O’Brien, and directed by Swiss photographer Edo Bertoglio, “Downtown 81” has been re-released in a new 35 mm print. It screens at AFS Cinema Nov. 29 through Dec. 5..
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