The Director of Communications & External Affairs is responsible for shaping and implementing communications for Times Square. The Director oversees graphic design, digital, social media, internal & external communications, crisis communications, marketing and strategic PR for major programming initiatives such as Times Square Arts, New Year’s Eve, Summer Solstice & Taste of Times Square. The Director is also responsible for developing the strategic External Affairs program, driving the Alliance’s public policy and government affairs agenda.
Bryant Park is an oasis of calm in the busiest part of New York City. This BID is symbolized by its iconic green bistro chairs, which invite sitting under the canopy of our elegant London Plane trees and watching the world pass by. Enjoy a newspaper or classic book at our outdoor Reading Room; play one of the 35 board games at our Games Area; or enjoy coffee and conversation with a friend. Located between Grand Central Station and Times Square, Bryant Park offers a much-needed pause amid the hubbub of Midtown.
Midwood, Brooklyn, is a wonderfully diverse, quiet community with a wide range of shops and restaurants. The streets grow especially quiet at sundown Friday, with the start of the Sabbath, and the neighborhood takes on a pleasant calm until Sunday morning, when its hum of activity returns.
The commercial streets — Avenue J, Avenue M, and Coney Island Avenue — are filled with kosher restaurants, delis, bakeries, ethnic supermarkets, boutiques and discount stores.