Atlantic Avenue BID Wants Input About Best Potential Retail Tenants

The Brooklyn Heights Association is circulating a poll on behalf of the Atlantic Avenue Business Improvement District (BID), asking area residents about the kind of businesses Atlantic Avenue needs “to be an even better neighborhood shopping street. The BID aims to bring in new businesses that will further enhance the mix of retail and variety of stores available in the community.”

Based on your feedback, Atlantic Avenue’s BID “will seek out the best possible tenants to fill vacant storefronts on the Avenue.” The online survey is here. In addition, a new website has been launched with updates on the avenue’s growing business and retail scene. Also follow on Facebook and Twitter. (Photo: Chuck Taylor)

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  • ari

    So based on the feedback/input the BID is seeking can one reasonably conclude that if you’re a potential business owner who can afford to and desire to occupy a vacant storefront on Atlantic Ave, the ATL BID has influence to approve your business based on whether they feel it fits into their vision of the type of and mix of and availability of businesses they are looking to see….?