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23rd Street Association, Inc.
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Address: 470 Park Avenue South (at 32nd Street), NY, NY 10016
Phone: 212-255-3037 Fax: 212-353-2876
Web site: www.23rdstreet.org Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission Statement of the 23rd Street Association, Inc.: The objectives of this Association shall be to assist in the improvement and development of the area bounded by 18th and 28th Streets and the East and Hudson Rivers and to serve the interests of its members. The Association will concern itself with mattes of public interests and civic affairs, which directly or indirectly affect the area in so far as they are of interest to the Association members. It will work to protect the interests and quality of life for companies, organizations, and individuals in the area. It will cooperate with other civic and business organizations as deemed advisable by the Association.
Type of Organization/Individual:
Madison Square Music Festival: every summer, free concerts are held during lunchtime in Madison Square Park.::::Security Task Force: The 23rd Street Association Security Task Force provides what has come to be recognized as an essential and effective service to the business and residential community in the Chelsea, Gramercy Park, and Flatiron Districts. Bi-monthly forums are addresses by Federal, State, and Local agencies, including Drug Enforcement, Postal Inspection, District Attorneys Office, Detectives from Community Affairs, Manhattan South, the 10th and 13th Precincts, and the NYPD. Community Affairs detectives routinely explain criminal trends and crime deterrent counter-measures with statistical interpretation. Private Security Directors provide relevant information regarding building and facility security operations. Police augmented by private security equals community protection.::::Networking Events: bi-monthly networking events are held for its members.::::Assistance with: police/security, fire/fire prevention, sanitation, utilities/Con Edison, Time Warner Cable, telephone, transportation. A strong relationship with the homeless agencies to better help those who need help, both the homeless and the community at large.
Campaign for the New Madison Park: a public/private initiative to renovate this neighborhood park. The goal of the campaign is to rebuild, restore, and improve the historic park, and make sure that this urban space will be used and enjoyed by New Yorkers for many years to come.::::Business Improvement District: The 23rd Street Association is leading the effort to establish a new BID in the 23rd Street area. This will improve sanitation, security, and image via creative marketing and branding for the area.
web site, newsletter, articles, brochure
Flatiron, Gramercy, Chelsea, Stuyvesant, Madison Square
10am - 6pm
Ms. Sharon Ullman, President
::Advocacy::Historic Preservation::Public Spaces::History::Transportation::Landmarks::Economic Development::Environment::Waterfronts::Parks::
BID, security task force, networking, concert series
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