Our landscaping company, A. Bulfamante Landscaping, has transitioned our green spaces to a fall display, adding cabbage, Cyclamen, and English Ivy to our planters and urns throughout the district. They also planted bulbs for the springtime and added mulch and some more plants to Dante Park's interior as well as added red kale to our two gateway Broadway Malls. We hope you enjoy the fall foliage and our new displays! 


Bāng Bar Opens in Lincoln Square!
As part of Momofuku Noodle Bar's new space in The Shops at Columbus Circle (3rd floor, Time Warner Center)....
New in the Neighborhood: COFFEED
Newly opened inside of the David Rubenstein Atrium at 61 West 62nd Street, COFFEED is serving up...
Hearing on BID Assessment Increases
At 10:00am on Wednesday, November 14, a public hearing will be held  at City Hall in Manhattan  in the City Council Committee Room, 2nd Floor. This hearing is to...
What's New for this Year's Winter's Eve?
The 19th Annual Winter's Eve at Lincoln Square is just 26 days away, and the Lincoln Square BID has been busy securing talent, lining up restaurants for...
Thanksgiving Plans in Lincoln Square
Looking for a delicious Thanksgiving meal without the stress of prepping and cooking? Lucky for you, many of Lincoln Square's best eateries are offering...



NYC Marathon 2018
This year the New York City Marathon will take place on Sunday, November 4 and leading up to the five borough-wide event, which begins in Staten Island and ends in Central Park on the Upper West Side, there are a number of closures, advisories, and changes of which local New Yorkers should be aware. Click here to view the official Marathon notice from TCS/NYRR. Click here to see a map of the Marathon's route. 
Suspicious Mail
In light of the CNN bomb scare, NYC Emergency Management suggests New Yorkers should be aware of how to identify a suspicious package. Click here to read tips from the United State Postal Service on identifying suspicious mail.  For more preparedness tips visit PlanNowNYC.
Small Business Saturday
Get ready to celebrate the small businesses that make our communities unique--Small Business Saturday returns on Saturday, November 24.  

From family-run corner stores to boutiques and salons, small businesses are an important part of the day-to-day of this bustling city. Small Business Saturday is a great way to connect with your local small businesses and enjoy special deals. Learn more at  ShopSmall.com and post about your experiences   using #ShopSmall and #SmallBizSat  on social media.


Happy Halloween!