125th Street Business Improvement District
                        We Bizznifi 
Est. Feb 2014
   March  2019    
In This Issue
BID moving West
Real Estate Update
#style "on and around 125"
Retail Update
BID Research
"Teaming Up"
Pedestrian Footfall (Counts)

BID Member Raymour & Flannigan invites you to join them
A Family Activity
Digital Partner Welcome to Harlem
Hot Picks of the Week

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  BID awarded contract by Columbia University to maintain the West 125thST Streetscape for the Manhattanville Campus
BID has provided sanitation and street maintenance services in the central core of 125th Street over 25 years.  We are very excited about this new partnership with Columbia as it is presents a great opportunity to provide services and take a closer look at the feasibility of expanding West of Moningside Avenue.  

New Manhattanville Campu  

Construction in and around the district

Manhattanville Campus development site now 

Columbia University Business School
rendering of what's coming 
362 West 125th Street
development site  

125 between Morningside and St. Nicholas Avenue
rendering of what's coming
233 - 235 West 125th Street
Victoria Theater Development Site now

rendering of what's coming

142 West 125th Street
Studio Museum Development Site now
Scaffolding has arrived

125th Street
Adam Clayton Powell
Malcolm X Boulevards

rendering of what's coming

121 West 125th Street
Urban League Development Site
  Scaffolding arrives

rendering of what's coming
125th Street between Malcolm X Boulevard and Fifth Avenue

54-62 West 125th Street
Development Site

rendering showing what's coming

2 88 Lenox Avenue Development Site

Malcolm X Boulevard
125th Street
124th Street 

rendering of whats coming

"On and Around 125"
H&M - 121 West 125th Street
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Dunkin Donuts
2 locations

New to the Block

Welcome New Member 
Famous Optical
20 0 West 125th Street

Welcome New Member
Direct Smile  
17 West 125th Street  

Coming Soon
Insomnia Cookies
17 West 125th Street

Capstone Project
The key question for 125th Street is how to accept and even encourage change, while also keeping the street from becoming generic.
What essential elements need to be preserved, nurtured or attracted?
Working with Columbia University School of International Policy Administation (SIPA), we are taking a closer look at the composition and the success of retail over time on 125th Street.  Class Adviser:  Seth Pinsky 
Weekly and Monthly Pedestrian Footfall Counts
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Week 11 -- 3/11/2019 to 3/17/2019

The change in footfall for 125th Street Bid over the last 52 weeks is 18% up on the previous year.

The total number of Pedestrians for the year to date is 16.4% up on the previous year.

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