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GatewayJFK (formerly known as the JFK IBID) is where logistics and cargo, hotel, food service, retail, other industries, and a lively community, call home. We are a Business Improvement District in Southeast Queens that is home to over 600 businesses and 150 single family households. Our mission is to create a space in New York where the air cargo businesses can expand, thrive and be a good neighbor.

Tree Lighting

Saturday Dec. 22nd 2018
3:00pm to 5:00pm
 

GatewayJFK,  United Neighbors Civic Assn. & Spring Jam Civic Assn. invite you to a tree lighting event on Saturday Dec. 22nd 2018. The event is cosponsored by Ruth Settles at Exit Realty All City, JahaiRose.info, and Burger King. 

The event will feature a chorus and a horse drawn carriage sponsored by The New York City Federation of Black Cowboys. 


Date: Saturday Dec. 22nd 2018
Time: 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Where: Burger King 154-05 Rockaway Blvd. Jamaica NY 11434 - Corner of North Conduit and Rockaway Blvd.

 

GatewayJFK joins JFK Redevelopment Committee

Image Courtesy JFK Vision Plan

The President of the GatewayJFK Board of Directors, Frank Liggio has been selected to serve on the JFK Redevelopment Community Advisory Council to represent business and property owners inside of the GatewayJFK corridor along with the interests of the air cargo community as a whole. In October 2018, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced a $13 billion investment that will completely transform JFK into a modern 21st century airport.
 

The Community Advisory Council has been established to work with the Port Authority to help ensure that the local community shares in the benefits of the JFK Redevelopment Program. Liggio is one of 45 stakeholders who serve on the committee including local elected officials, community boards, clergy, civic and business leaders. Liggio will be serving on two subcommittees Business Development and Career Development/Workforce to help the Port Authority plan for the impacts of the $13 Billion redevelopment and make sure that the off-airport business community, and local residents receive their fair share of consideration and benefits from the process.
 

GatewayJFK has created a special committee to explore the JFK Redevelopment and will be working with local business owners to create a list of potential solutions that the Port Authority should include as part of the airport redevelopment plans. For information on this committee please email scott@gatewayjfk.org.
 

For a full list of Community Advisory Council membership, updates related to the redevelopment process, and to see the vision plan for the airport redevelopment, please visit the Port Authority’s informational website “A New JFK” at www.anewjfk.com.

GatewayJFK hires Wildcat Services to provide supplemental sanitation in district.

 
Mario LaRosa of Wildcat Services meets with DSNY and inspects an area of the district where there has been illegal dumping.
In January the streets of GatewayJFK will start getting cleaner. Wildcat Services has been hired to provide supplemental sanitation service to the 215 acre area of the GatewayJFK Industrial Business Improvement District. A crew from Wildcat will provide weekly service to empty garbage cans and spot clean litter and debris along streets and other accessible areas.

To report illegal dumping or other issues that should be cleaned please report issues to our Quality of Life Web Form at gatewayjfk.org.
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