African American Network

NYC is the historical birthplace of urban black culture and some of its boroughs have the highest concentrations of African American residents in the U.S. JCDecaux's exclusive network of 100 bus shelters is strategically located in the top African American areas in NYC, targeting

 

Main Neighborhoods:

Harlem, Prospect Heights, Bedford Stuyvesant, East New York, South Jamaica

 

Entertainment Venues:

Apollo Theatre, Coney Island, Brooklyn Flea Market

 

Student Enriching Areas:

Brooklyn Children’s Museum, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn College, Hattie Carthan Community Garden, Mercy Playground, Marc & Jason’s Playground, St. John’s Recreation Center, Prospect Park

 

Jazz Scene:

Harlem School of Arts, National Jazz Museum, Showman’s Jazz Club

 

Down South Restaurants:

Peaches, Doc D’s Southern Desserts, David’s Brisket House, Billie’s Black

 

Caribbean Culture:

A&A Bake and Doubles Shop, Ali’s Trinidad Roti Shop, amongst others



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