The 2019 Q3 Retail Report gives a closer look at the Village's storefront vitality according to specific district corridors. Providing a snapshot of the different neighborhoods within our district, this report highlights the neighborhoods characteristics as well as recent retail openings, like The Alley at 68 Cooper Square, and availabilities such as 390 Sixth Avenue.
Dine al fresco on West 8th Street with over twenty Greenwich Village restaurants and bars presenting tasting menus, full menus and drinks under a late summer evening sunset. Festive street lighting, live music and outdoor tables and chairs will transform West 8th Street, recreating the celebratory evening-time atmosphere of European, South American and South-East Asian streets, regions influencing the tastes and cuisines of Dinner on 8th Street.
The Marketing and Events Manager is responsible for managing the organization’s external communications and identity by generating content for digital, print and social media channels, overseeing business promotion and tourism efforts, coordinating and executing events - all with an objective of visitor attraction, cultivating corporate partnerships and developing innovative community-focused public programming.
The job description is posted below, please follow the instructions under "To Apply" section if interested.
The Village Alliance Team
The latest Village Alliance Retail Report features our bi-annual analysis of ground-floor businesses, the latest new openings and current retail space availability.
Congratulations to Murray's Bagels on being awarded the prestigious Norman Buchbinder Award.
The Village Alliance, on behalf of the City of New York, maintains and activates two public plazas, Astor Place and the Ruth Wittenberg Triangle.
In addition to landscaping, sanitation, the presentation of public art and a roster of free public programming the Village Alliance also maintains the furniture and information points found at both plazas.
The latest Village Alliance Retail Report features recent openings across the neighborhood including highly anticipated West 8th Street restaurant, Ardyn and Mint Kitchen on University Place.
This year 32 Council Members across the city are asking residents to decide how to spend at least $35 million in capital funding.
The Village Alliance is a not-for-profit organization created in 1993 to promote the economic vitality of the Greenwich Village neighborhood. The Alliance works to ensure the community’s continued growth and success by providing supplemental public safety, sanitation, economic development and marketing services, hosting community events, and investing in the maintenance, beautification and programming of public open space.
We are seeking applicants for a part-time internship (16-20 hrs/week) to work for 3-8 months beginning late May/early June 2019 through August 2019 and/or through mid-December 2019. Preference will be given to those who can work through the fall ...
The latest Greenwich Village Retail Report from the Village Alliance is now available, covering current retail market conditions in Greenwich Village.