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NoHo News February 2021
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COVID-19 Vacinations

Borough President Gale Brewer has announced an amazing team of volunteers who have created NYCVaccineList.com, an all-in-one website that aggregates all available vaccine appointments at City, State, and private sites by pinging those sites electronically and by phone every few minutes. Appointments are still scarce, but this is an incredible up to the minute resource.

 
More NoHo-SoHo Planning - Feb. 3

The Department of City Planning, Manhattan Borough President and Council Member Margaret Chin will be co-hosting a series of information sessions in the coming months. Each session, joined by involved city agencies, will focus on specific aspects of the Neighborhood Plan. 

Housing Update | Feb. 3 | 6:30 p.m.
Join for the first remote session in this series. There will be a presentation followed by a question-and-answer session.

To sign up, use this link: SoHo/NoHo Neighborhood Plan Housing Update.


Extra Reading

How the SoHo Rezoning May Play a Role in the City Elections


It’s Time to End Mandatory Inclusionary Housing. Here Are Some Alternatives

Noho offices move forward where city wants housing - Proposed 21-story office building is within Soho/Noho rezoning area

Renaissance in Noho

Swiss Brand On's New Flagship Store Experience Ushers In The Future of Retail
 
CB#2 February
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Tues., 2/2 @ 6:30 PM  SLA LICENSING 1 Robert Ely, Co-Chair and Donna Raftery, Co-Chair– Meeting Access via Video Conferencing. Please register at the following link:  https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_JBbfrmZOQm-qteezkrhy7g
  1. Noho Cultural Society, Inc d/b/a Zero Bond, 0 Bond St. aka 670 Broadway 10012 (OP-Club) (Members Only, Not-for-Profit) (To Add Small Portion of Ground Floor Lobby and Reception Area To The License)
This application for a service bar on the ground floor is to accommodate outside dining during the inside dining restrictions of the pandemic.
  1. Bleecker Street Bar Corp., 648 Broadway 10012 (OP-Bar/Tavern) (Security Personnel) 
The applicant  was previously located at 56 Bleecker and is seeking a location around the corner on Broadway.  A Zoom meeting between the applicant and area residential owners is tentatively planned for Monday Feb. 1.  Please reply here if you wish to join the meeting.

Tues., 2/9 @ 6:30 PM REOPENING WORKING GROUP Valerie De La Rosa, Chair– Meeting Access via Video Conferencing:  Please register at the following link:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_IYIR2kjMShK8_uQXNnmHuw
[See amended calendar for agenda.]
 
Thurs., 2/18 @ 6:30 PM FULL BOARD Carter Booth, Chair
Meeting Access via Video Conferencing:  Please register at the following link:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_7brN-TQURrmfN1amIhmJRA

Written testimony and/or virtual speaker cards can be submitted by email before 5:00 p.m. February 18, 2021 to info@cb2manhattan.org. [Please note that registering for the Zoom meeting does not register you to speak.] Please submit your name, agenda topic, and address. Public speakers will be limited to 2 minutes or less at the discretion of the Chair. We recommend submitting written testimony, which will be summarized at the meeting, to ensure an opportunity for your voice to be recognized.
 
Tues., 2/23 @ 6:30 PM EQUITY WORKING GROUP Patricia Laraia, Co-Chair & Mar Fitzgerald, Co-Chair
Meeting Access via Video Conference: Please register at the following link:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_j7lmO1-oQwWi7yEx0Z15sg
[See amended calendar for agenda.]
Wed., 2/24 @ 6:30 PM ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & SMALL BUSINESS Janet Liff, Chair– Meeting Access via Video Conferencing:  Please register at the following link:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_GlJgKFjvRvygCDOrVE3AWQ
[See amended calendar for agenda.]
Merchants House back at LPC on Feb. 2nd, 9:30am
27 East 4th Street - NoHo Historic District Extension
LPC-21-03229  Live-Stream the Meeting Here
A garage and repair shop designed by Herman Kron and built in 1945-46. Application is to demolish the existing building and construct a new building.  Jan 12 Public Hearing:  No Action.
52 Bond St featured in Daytonian in Manhattan 

Around 1807 Bond Street was laid out, but it would not be until around 1812 that the first house appeared.  Before mid-century it would boast 60 high-end houses which rivaled and surpassed the grandest homes on Broadway, St. John's Park and Lafayette Place.  Sturges S. Dunham, writing in Valentine’s Manual of Old New-York in 1907, noted “Bond Street was one of the best known streets in the city and none stood higher in favor as a place of residence.”
...The brick-faced house was an early example of the Greek Revival style on the street lined mostly with Federal style residences.

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