In response to a number of complaints regarding the massive construction project that has been underway since last winter at Broadway & 64th Street, we reached out to City Hall with an urgent request to pick up the pace of this project. Originally a DEP project pertaining to catch basin upgrade work, the amount of underground equipment has required the relocation of a significant amount of utility infrastructure, which is causing considerable delay. Since we reached out, we have had several meetings on site with DEP, DOT, Con Ed, the contractor, and some stakeholders to stress the urgency of expediting the work. We are encouraged by the City's responsiveness so far and we will continue to provide updates. We’re keeping our fingers crossed! 
Lincoln Square in Motion: SVK Food Hall, P.J. Clarke's & Boulud Sud
There is energy in the air in Lincoln Square! As we head into fall, we welcome back the hustle and bustle of a busy neighborhood with students returning to campus...
Commercial Rent Control Hearing
The New York City Council Committee on Small Business will be holding a remote hearing this Friday, September 17 at 10:00am on a bill to implement commercial...
Fall for Target's New Designer Collection
Get ready to shop on-trend designer looks for less with Target’s latest designer collaboration featuring pieces from Victor GlemaudNili LotanRachel...
Fun and Free Programs with Kaufman Music Center
A cultural and entertainment staple in the neighborhood, Kaufman Music Center is bringing free programs to Lincoln Square in late September.
Congestion Pricing Public Meetings
Following the passage of MTA Reform and Traffic Mobility act in April of 2019, the MTA is moving forward with the Central Business District Tolling Program (CBDTP)...
Multidisciplinary Performing Arts Pop Up in Dante Park
This Sunday, September 19, there will be a special performance at Dante Park by one of Lincoln Square’s friends, performance and visual artist playwright and actor Lulu...
NYPD: Understanding the Scam 9.15.21

Oktoberfest at Bluebird London 9.18.21 - 10.3.21

Yom Kippur: Pre-Order Catering at Breads Bakery through 9.15.21

William Short Conducts Juilliard Wind Orchestra

West Side Y Fall Membership Promotion

Ultimate New York City Escape at The Shops

NY Phil: From Silence to Celebration 9.17.21-9.19.21

American Ballet Theatre Fall Season Tickets on Sale

Annual Community
Resource Fair 9.23.21

Dizzy's Club: Catherine Russell 9.16.2 -9.19.21

Key to NYC Enforcement Now in Effect
Enforcement of the Key to NYC program, which requires all indoor entertainment, indoor dining, and indoor fitness establishments to check proof of vaccination, went into effect on Monday, September 13. Businesses that do not comply with this policy will now be subject to fines. To learn more on how to deescalate potential conflict associated with the Key to NYC mandate, visit OATH's Conflict Resolution webpage and read S.P.E.D. tips.
Federal COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate
President Biden has signed an Executive Order to require all federal executive branch workers to be vaccinated, as well as employees of contractors that do business with the federal government. Additionally, the Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is developing a rule that will require all employers with 100 or more employees to ensure their workforce is fully vaccinated or require any workers who remain unvaccinated to produce a negative test result on at least a weekly basis before coming to work. Learn more here.
Partnership for New York City's Signs of Progress Report
The Partnership for New York City has released their September 2021 Signs of Progress: NYC's Economic Recovery Report. Click here to read the report.
WE NYC's Master Money Conference 9.28.21
Learn how to secure outside funding and move beyond bootstrapping your business at WE NYC's Master Money Conference on Tuesday, September 28. This free virtual conference includes interactive workshops, an expert panel of funders from NYC institutions, and fireside chats with women entrepreneurs who have successfully secured funding for their small businesses. Learn more and register here.
Complete the Manhattan Arts Survey
Artists and arts organizations can still fill out Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer's Manhattan Arts Survey, an opportunity to share your experiences with relief, reopening, and recovery efforts. Share recommendations for how City resources can better support your work in the arts and your missions by Thursday, September 30.