Chinatown Car Free Earth Day 2024

Please join us to beautify SDR Park along Chrystie Street and our Open Streets event on Pell Street for Chinatown Car Free Earth Day 2024!

M/WBE Certification Webinar, 05/07/2024

In collaboration with the NYC Department of Design and Construction, the NYC Department of Small Business Services will share information about how to get M/WBE-Certified! Topics include: NYC M/WBE Certification Program OverviewRegistering in the Payee Information Portal (PIP)Registering for product service (NIGP) codesStarting a MWBE certification applicationSBS Support Services *** You will receive a link to the webinar […]

NYC DOT – Beautifying the Park Row Connection to Chinatown

Beautifying the Park Row Connection to Chinatown is a near term project that will be implemented later this year to beautify and improve accessibility at Park Row from the Brooklyn Bridge to Kimlau Square. It builds on the outreach efforts for a larger New York State Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) known as Chinatown Connections. More […]

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Dining Out NYC Applications Now Open!

The City has released the application & Set-Up Menu for Dining Out NYC, the permanent outdoor dining program. Setup design requirements include access to sidewalk & roadway cafes, & clearances around other street features. Details:

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The District

Vibrant colors. Vibrant flavors. Vibrant people. The “little city within the big city” has been a thriving and bustling community since the mid-1800s, with 80–year-old restaurants and open-air markets standing side-by-side with brand-new performance spaces and art galleries. Chinatown blends the old with the new—seamlessly mixing the trendiest restaurants, clubs, and brands with tried-and-true favorites like noodles, dim sum, and barbecue.

Be a part of our community.

From the Lunar New Year Parade to the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, Chinatown is a tight-knit cultural hub that invites New Yorkers and visitors to share in a rich sense of living history, all year round. Grab some boba, buy a souvenir for a friend, sing some karaoke, and stay a while.