PITKIN AVENUE FOOT TRAFFIC - LoopNet training participants. Opened in Summer 2017. 203 Sutter Avenue:
PITKIN AVENUE FOOT TRAFFIC - LoopNet training participants. Opened in Summer 2017. 203 Sutter Avenue:
PITKIN AVENUE FOOT TRAFFIC - LoopNet training participants. Opened in Summer 2017. 203 Sutter Avenue:
PITKIN AVENUE FOOT TRAFFIC - LoopNet training participants. Opened in Summer 2017. 203 Sutter Avenue:
PITKIN AVENUE FOOT TRAFFIC - LoopNet training participants. Opened in Summer 2017. 203 Sutter Avenue:

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  • PITKIN AVENUE FOOT TRAFFIC

    Weekday

    4-7pm

    Saturday

    12-2 pm

    Pitkin Avenue Brownsville

    Grand Street East Williamsburg

    5th Avenue Park Slope

    2,763

    2,358

    2,094

    1,235

    2,751

    2,925

    SOURCE: NYC DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

  • BUSINESSES IN DEMAND

    SIT-DOWN RESTAURANTS Family-style Italian, Fresh seafood, Southern BBQ, American Bar & Grills

    ENTERTAINMENT or LEISURE ACTIVITIES Movie theaters, arcades, bowling alleys, roller skating, kids play centers

    BANKS AND CREDIT UNIONS Community-development lending institutions

    DISCOUNT NAME BRAND CLOTHING Factory outlets, affordable name brands

    SOURCE: PITKIN AVENUE BID CONSUMER SURVEY 2016-2018

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    WHAT’S HAPPENING AROUND PITKIN AVENUE? PITKIN AVENUE BUSINESS DISTRICT

    Brownsville’s main commercial district for 100+ years

    A mix of small independent retailers and mid-sized chains

    16 commercial blocks with 212 storefronts

    Tree lined streets with large public art installations

    Prospect Plaza: 364 new housing units with 1,000+ resi- dents. Expected completion: Summer 2018

    54 Bristol & 445 Thomas Boyland: 166 new housing units with 500+ residents. Opened in 2010.

    HPD lot at Rockaway Ave: New affordable housing, re- tail and cultural center. Expected : 2022

    HPD Lot at Glenmore Ave: New affordable housing, re- tail and innovation/entrepreneurship space. Expected: 2022

    Brownsville Community Culinary Center: Sit-down neighborhood eatery and café operated by culinary-career training participants. Opened in Summer 2017.

    203 Sutter Avenue: 41 new residential units, retail, and community spaces. Expected completion: Summer 2018.

    Zion Triangle / Pitkin Plaza: $4m in park and plaza im- provements from NYC DOT. Expected completion: 2018-2019. Betsy Head Park: $30m in major improvements from NYC Anchor Park initiative. Expected completion: TBD

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  • PITKIN AVENUE’S PUBLIC ART

    IT’S NOT A DREAM IF YOU WILL IT

    Location: Pitkin Ave & Herzl Street

    HIDDEN TREASURES OF BROWNSVILLE

    Location: 1747 Pitkin Ave

    THE WALL OF REFLECT

    Location: 1478 Pitkin Ave

    MOVING FORWARD

    Location: Pitkin Ave & Mother Gaston Blvd

    TELLING OUR STORY

    Location: Pitkin Ave & Saratoga Ave

    TRANSFORM/RESTORE: BROWNSVILLE

    Launched with funding from the National

    Endowment for the Arts’ Our Town Initiative,

    Transform/Restore: Brownsville was a two-year

    participatory public art project focused on the

    transformation of vandalized Pitkin Avenue

    walls into painted murals by young adults.

    The initiative resulted in the creation of five

    murals on Pitkin Avenue buildings. The walls

    were generously donated by Pitkin Avenue busi-

    nesses and property owners.

  • PITKIN AVENUE RENAISSANCE PROGRAM

    ABOUT THE PROGRAM

    The Renaissance Program provides

    matching grants to property owners

    and businesses on Pitkin Avenue to

    help finance improvements to build-

    ing facades, storefronts, commercial

    spaces and residential units. Property

    and business owners within the

    program area may apply

    for reimbursement of up to 75% of

    total project cost.

    Above and below: Financed projects at 1598

    Pitkin and 1621 Pitkin