For more than a decade, Jawbone has developed human-centered wearable technology and audio devices unparalleled in their technical innovation, ease-of-use and sophistication of design. A 2010 IDSA Design of the Decade winner, the company is the creator of the award-winning and best-selling Jawbone ERA and ICON Bluetooth® headsets; NoiseAssassin® technology, the world’s first and only military-grade noise-eliminating technology; and the JAMBOX wireless speaker and speakerphone. Jawbone is privately held and headquartered in San Francisco.
Formerly The Cooper Square Hotel, The Standard, East Village is André Balazs’ 5th Standard Hotel in addition to The Standard group of hotels in New York, Los Angeles and Miami. Located on the corner of East 5th Street and Bowery, the 21 story building offers 145 spacious rooms and suites with sweeping views of Manhattan, thoughtful comforts and stellar service in one of New York’s most exciting neighborhoods. The Standard, East Village provides a more intimate, residential alternative to The Standard on the High Line, on the West Side.
Fourth Arts Block (FAB) is a non-profit organization founded in 2001 by cultural and community groups to establish and advance the East 4th Street Cultural District, between 2nd Avenue and Bowery. FAB provides a variety of services to its member organizations including leading the development and conversion of 100,000 square feet of cultural space, marketing and promotion of the district, as well as offering discount ticketing and other community events and programs.
The Bowery Hotel, which opened in February 2007, is a leader in the revitalization of the Lower East Side neighborhood. Located on Bowery and 3rd Street, the hotel is home to a warm and welcoming lobby, complete with handpicked antique furnishings, complimentary newspapers, a cozy fireplace, and an outdoor patio. The hotel’s 135 guestrooms offer charming accommodations, including Queen or King beds, custom-made Bowery sheets, floor-to-ceiling windows, Turkish oushak rugs, and C.O. Bigelow toiletries. Complimentary offerings on-property include wireless internet, an extensive DVD library, and a board game collection. Adjacent to The Bowery is Gemma, serving rustic Italian fare by Chef Chris D’Amico. Hoteliers Sean MacPherson and Eric Goode own and designed the 14-story property, and also own and operate The Maritime and The Jane hotels in New York City.
New York University is dedicated to promoting entrepreneurship and the arts as driving forces of commerce and culture in New York City. Join one of our numerous free and public events to start enjoying what NYU has to offer: attend a live performance or a film screening at the Skirball Center, the Steinhardt School, or elsewhere; view an exhibition hosted by the Institute of Fine Arts, the Tisch School of the Arts, or the Grey Art Gallery; or investigate our many learning opportunities—such as our small business incubators, our School of Continuing and Professional Studies, or our full-time and part-time graduate programs. These are only a few of NYU’s proud contributions to the vital creative economy of Noho and Greenwich Village.
Our wide-ranging real estate portfolio has been built on the passion for acquisition, development and operation of real estate in New York’s metropolitan area since 1956. Each of our family-owned and operated businesses shares a common goal, which is to provide the space and service that New Yorker’s need to live life well. Our most well known brand, Manhattan Mini Storage, is an affordable extension of your home or business. Our parking division, Edison Parkfast, has provided unparalleled service throughout metro New York and Newark, for over 50 years. We also provide a wide range of office solutions across Manhattan including everything from small spaces in Soho and Inwood to full-floors at the Hippodrome, our Class A office in midtown.
NoHo-Bowery Stakeholders, Inc. (NBS) is a nonprofit corporation serving more than 300 members from Broadway to The Bowery and Astor Place to Houston Street: residents, business owners and merchants, property owners, institutions and nonprofit organizations. We share the common goal of preserving our history and guiding our future as an inclusive, diverse and creatively distinct contributor to New York City and all who enjoy it.