The East 86th Street Association is pleased to announce the official launch of the all-new East86th.Org, as well as completely revamped social media on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Andrew Fine, of The East 86th Street Association, produced and edited the website with Developer William Mallick and Designer Ken Sommer of Inteligencia, Inc..
We now have a revamped Facebook page, and new Instagram and Twitter pages. Follow us using the links found on the top and bottom of the home page, Updates on new initiatives, meetings, and community news will be regularly updated. Please share, follow, and most importantly engage!
We are just a few months in, but the reviews are in on the Second Avenue Subway, and it is a home run! If you haven’t made it to this splendid piece of underground real estate it is must see! Friends and neighbors in the area describe the opening of the subway as “life changing”. Count me as one of the converted.
Irving Farm, founded on Irving Place in 1996, has expanded with it's first Upper East Side location and seventh overall. The 1700 square foot space is its largest. The space is visually appealing with high ceilings, brick walls, hardwood floors- more like a loft than a store. Simply put- it's hip!
East 86th Street Association Board Member Mallory Spain helps businesses along Second Avenue navigate challenges during construction of the Second Avenue Subway. Phase 1 of the project is complete with the Q train running to 96th and 2nd Ave. 2nd Avenue is open for business, and easier than ever to get to.