November 7, 2013
The November 2013 edition of our email newsletter, LINKS, is now online. CLICK HERE for the latest news including: Monday, December 2nd: Winter's Eve at Lincoln Square, Richard Tucker Park Reopens, Sacred Visions at MOBIA, Lincoln Center Presents White Light Festival, Al Hirschfeld's Art at The New York Public Library, Music From Pakistan at Jazz at Lincoln Center, Big Apple Circus, Plan Your Holiday at Atlantic Grill, Dress Your Turkey and Your Table, Crime Prevention Tips, NYC.gov/Business, ACA Information Day READ
October 28, 2013
The Lincoln Square BID has been notified by the City of New York, the New York Road Runners (NYRR) and the producers of the ING Marathon that this year’s marathon, which is scheduled to take place on Sunday, November 3, will have a major impact on Lincoln Square. This year’s marathon will have increased security measures in place in the days leading up to the event. Several streets, mostly east of Broadway between 59th & 66th Streets, will be closed to vehicular traffic, and there will be no parking and limited public access as the Family Reunion Area will be located on Central Park West between West 60th and West 66th Streets. It is our understanding that access to garages and to residential buildings and commercial establishments on the restricted blocks will be granted with proper identification; however, vehicular traffic will be extremely limited.
Click here to see documents provided by NYRR, which detail the street closures and parking restrictions. If you have any questions, please feel free to call 311 or reach out to Philip Santora (212.423.2211 / firstname.lastname@example.org) or Nikki Kalavitis (212.423.2217 / email@example.com) of the NYRR. You can also call the Lincoln Square BID office at 212.581.3774 and speak to Christopher Matousek, Ralph Memoli or Monica Blum. READ
October 3, 2013
The October 2013 edition of our email newsletter, LINKS, is now online. CLICK HERE for the latest news including: Brian Stokes Mitchell & Bebe Neuwirth to Headline Winter's Eve, Meet the Lincoln Square BID's New Director of Operations: Chris Matousek, Greenmarket Temporarily Moves to Dante Park, Fall Highlights at Merkin Concert Hall, alt_quilts at the American Folk Art Museum, Lincoln Square's Top Shelf: Center Bar, Asiate & Lincoln, Sculpture Installation on Lincoln Center's Plaza, IDA World Congress & 59th Annual Conference, Opening Night at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, TEDx NYIT, An Evening in Umbria at Boulud Sud, Volunteers Helping to Clean Up Lincoln Square. READ
September 25, 2013
Starting Monday, September 30th, Richard Tucker Park, the cobblestone gem in the heart of Lincoln Square at Broadway between 65th and 66th Streets, will be temporarily closed by the Parks Department to make it ADA compliant and much more attractive. Construction is scheduled to last for approximately three weeks.
The Richard Tucker Greenmarket will temporarily move two blocks south to Dante Park, directly across from Lincoln Center, between 63rd & 64th Streets on Broadway and Columbus Avenue. READ
September 18, 2013
The New York City Department of Design and Construction has issued its latest bi-monthly newsletter on the West 60th Street Water Main Project. Click here to view the September/October 2013 edition for the latest information. READ