Chinatown Partnership was formed in 2006 to bring residents, business owners
and community groups together to rebuild Chinatown following 9/11, and to preserve the
neighborhood's unique culture while ensuring its vitality in the
broad range of programs, the Chinatown Partnership engages the
community and leads efforts to improve the neighborhood’s physical
environment through the
Clean Streets initiative, streetscape
improvements, enhanced lighting and wayfinding projects.
To attract visitors to the neighborhood, Chinatown Partnership hosts
events for people of all ages.
Innovative events like
Taste of Chinatown
are instilling pride while drawing
generations of visitors from near and far.
an award-winning marketing campaign, is connecting Chinatown to the
world through the web and welcoming the world to
Chinatown by shining a spotlight on the neighborhood’s
cultural riches and myriad attractions.
With the rebirth of Lower Manhattan, including projects such as the
Calavatra Path Station and the 9/11 Memorial,
Chinatown is in a unique position to be an integral
partner with its neighbor.
Chinatown Partnership further seeks to attract public and private
investment, advocate for a fair share of government services and
create a dynamic and diverse 24/7 neighborhood.
Recognizing that the future begins with today’s vision, Chinatown
Partnership challenges the community to imagine, and bring into
reality, its vision for Manhattan’s Chinatown in
the 21st Century.
See our most recent independent audited financial
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