We are excited to announce our new holiday lighting installation: Tumbling Brights! While we had to cancel Winter's Eve this year, we wanted to find a special way to bring a message of hope, resilience and community solidarity to Lincoln Square this holiday season. Today we are installing the second phase of the installation – the projection of a celestial design on the statue of Dante in Dante Park.The installation was designed by NYC-based Linnaea Tillett Lighting Design Associates with Seth Tillett, whose inspiration for the design came from Lincoln Square as a center of arts and culture. Tumbling Brights will be on display from Tuesday, December 1 through Sunday, February 28. Click here to read more about Tumbling Brights -- and be sure to walk around and check it out!
Give Back on GivingTuesday
Today, Tuesday, December 1, marks GivingTuesday. GivingTuesday was created by Henry Timms, the current head of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, in 2012 as...
Tenants with legal and/or housing court-related questions are invited to join NYC City Council Member Helen Rosenthal for the December Housing Clinic "Breaking Down the Basics of Non-Payment Eviction Cases" this Wednesday, December 2, from 6:00pm-7:00pm. Click here to RSVP via Zoom.
Winter Plan to Combat COVID-19
On Monday, November 30, Governor Cuomo announced his winter plan to combat the COVID-19 surge in New York. Read the plan here.
NYC Public Schools Update
NYC Public School buildings will reopen for 3-K, Pre-K, and K-5 students on Monday, December 7. They will reopen for all District 75 students on Thursday, December 10. Students in grades 6 through 12 outside of District 75 will continue to learn remotely until further notice. Click here to learn more.
Virtual Tenant Resource Fair 12.9.20
On Wednesday, December 9 at 6:00pm, New York City Council Member Corey Johnson is partnering with the NYC Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) on a Virtual Tenant Resource Fair. RSVP via Zoom here.