working together east harlem

East Harlem Working Together

Launched in 2017, the Working Together campaign is a coalition of small businesses, community partners and city agencies across East Harlem to encourage equitable economic development and small business growth. Working Together is funded by the Neighborhood 360 grant provided by the NYC Department of Small Business Services.

This is East Harlem

Union Settlement in East Harlem Supports Neighborhood Staples.

Neighborhood Resources

Learn what East Harlem has to offer for:

Residents | Visitors


Check out our flagship events.

Shop Local

Explore our East Harlem local merchants directory.


Learn about the history of East Harlem and take a self-guided tour.


Browse the Working Together gallery.

Small Business Owners


Attend free workshops, or upcoming merchant meetings.


Become a member of our merchants association today and have your voice heard.


Explore the impact of the Working Together and learn about our mission.


Connect with your local politicians, share your concerns and ideas for the district.

Blue Coco

Meet Me Merchants Mondays visits Blue Coco which offers healthy food alternatives in East Harlem, NYC.

Upcoming Events

Join us for our next event in East Harlem. Click here for a complete list of events.

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Harlem Eat Up 2019…

05/18/2019 10:00 AM - 07:00 PM 113th Street & Manhattan Avenue
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Harlem Eat Up 2019…

05/19/2019 10:00 AM - 07:00 PM 113th Street & Manhattan Avenue
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Meet Me Merchant Mondays…

05/20/2019 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM 2016 Third Avenue NY, NY 10029
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East Harlem Nights 2019

05/31/2019 06:00 PM - 09:00 PM 237 east 104th Street NY, NY 10029

Website Visits


2019 Events


2019 Workshops

Working Together Past Events

Check back often to this gallery to view the progress each of the Working Together components and the events that support them.


Double 6 East Harlem Dominoes Tournament, at the Crystal Room of the Taino Towers.

Dia de los muertos

On November 1st and 2nd, the District wore its best colors for Dia de los Muertos 2018.

El Grito

We celebrated El Grito de Dolores 2018, at Hot Jalapeño on East 116th St.

Jumping Santa

Santa Claus comes to East Harlem to visit local businesses.

Independence Day

On September 16th 2018, we co-sponsored the Mexican Independence Day 2018 Festival.

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