NoHo News - January 2020
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Who Lives in NoHo Now?...and Why?

The NY Times spotlighted an efficient family of four searching NoHo and Greenwich Village for good sunlight, high ceilings and an open feel.  Be sure to introduce yourself if you see them on Bleecker St.
Just in Case You Think Envisioning NoHo is City-Bending

Here's what to expect from New York’s transit, parks, megaprojects and more in the coming year compliments of our friends at Curbed.  
An Evening of Dance/Theater Performance

Ara Fitzgerald creates dance/theatre as a choreographer, writer, improviser and performer AND lives in NoHo.
On Jan. 24th at 7:00pm you can view her dance/theatre solos and film collaborations filmed at The Grand Manan Island Museum in Canada with her husband Peter Cunningham at Village Zendo, 588 Broadway, Suite 1108.  Donation $20.
So, What Are the Trends in Retail?

The question has commercial and residential owners in NoHo in knots.  Well, the good news is smaller and more locally specialized...and, of course, digitally collaborative, according to a report from PSFK Reports and Research.  Perhaps the not-so-good news is that for locations with large floor plates, there might be a lot of retail cohabitation going on.  


This month there are TWO meetings discussing the Envisionn SoHo-NoHo project. Read the Report.

Wednesday, January 8, 6-8:00PM, Scholastic Auditorium, 130 Mercer St.
Wed., 1/15 @ 6:30 PM- Sheen Center, 18 Bleecker St., Loreto Auditorium
Presentation to CB2 by Plan Sponsors and preliminary discussion on response to the recently released Envision SoHo/NoHo: A Summary of Findings and Recommendations.  
LAND USE Anita Brandt, Co-Chair and Frederica Sigel, Co-Chair

Community Board 2 Manhattan Hearings This Month
Mon., 1/13 @ 6:30 PM- NYU Silver Building, 32 Waverly Place, Room 206. QUALITY OF LIFE Joseph Gallagher, Chair.  [Please note that the accessible entrance is located at 31 Washington Pl.]. 
  • Discussion and consideration of the following resolution regarding: NYC City Council Intro 1116: Creating an office of street vendor enforcement, establishing a street vendor advisory board, and expanding the availability of food vendor permits.
Tues., 1/14 @ 6:30 PM – St. Anthony of Padua Church, 151-155 Sullivan St., Lower Hall.  SLA LICENSING 1 Robert Ely, Co-Chair and Cormac Flynn, Co-Chair
  • 26 Bond Street Retail, LLC d/b/a The Smile, 26 Bond St. 10012 (OP; alteration application).  The Smile returns to this month's calendar seeking approval for the lower level outside tables on Bond St., and additional interior seating at the rear of the restaurant in what is currently their office/storage room.
Wed., 1/15 @ 6:30 - Sheen Center, 18 Bleecker St. LAND USE, Anita Brandt and Frederica Sigel Co-Chairs
Thurs., 1/23 @ 6:30 PM - Scholastic Building, 130 Mercer St., Auditorium.  FULL BOARD Carter Booth, Chair 

Thurs., 1/30 @ 6:30 PM – [Location to be determined] JOINT MEETING: SOCIAL SERVICES and ARTS & INSTITUTIONS Susanna Aaron and Robin Rothstein, Chairs
  • A discussion about the social service role of libraries in our district and the Spaces to Thrive program at the Mulberry Street Library.
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