125th Street Business Improvement District (125th Street BID)
The 125th Street Business Improvement District (BID)
A not-for-profit corporation, was established in September 1993 to stimulate economic life in the 125th Street area of Harlem by developing commercial and service establishments, to spur private investment, and to improve the strip’s physical appearance. Organized in compliance with state and city laws, the BID allows property and business owners in defined areas to adopt a budget for specific services they desire, and to levy a special assessment to cover the cost of those services.
It includes a five block commercial area in central, west and east Harlem between Morningside and Fifth Avenues. Services are provided from funds of 100 properties and numerous businesses that face 125th Street, and businesses that are located on the avenues in corner buildings.
The BID is responsible for a five-block area in Central, West, and East Harlem and stretches between Morningside and Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Businesses facing 125th Street on the avenue where the corner buildings front on 125th Street, and the two east corner buildings on Fifth Avenue are members of the BID.
125th Street District Management Association (DMA): The DMA consists of property owners, commercial tenants, residential tenants and government representatives and community boards who set policy and provide oversight.
visiting125th Street Business Improvement District (125th Street BID)
360 West 125th Street, Suite 11
Between St Nicholas Ave & Morningside
New York, NY 10027
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