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Title: CONCESSION OPPORTUNITIES IN NYC PARKS
Procurement
Parks and Recreation (DPR)
Revenue and Concessions
The Arsenal, 830 Fifth Ave, New York, NY 10065
Andrew Coppola
phone: (212) 360-3454
email: andrew.coppola@parks.nyc.gov
Archived
Services (other than human services)
6/10/2024 - 6/14/2024
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Description

The New York City Department of Parks & Recreation (“Parks”) is seeking to add to its solicitation mailing lists the names of individuals and businesses that are interested in operating concessions in City parks. Currently, over 400 different concessions operate throughout the five boroughs, including but not limited to cafes, restaurants, mobile food units, farmers’ markets, sports facilities, amusement parks, arts and crafts markets, T-shirt and souvenir stands, marinas, carousels, driving ranges, golf courses, tennis facilities, ice rinks, newsstands, parking lots, stables, and Christmas tree stands. If you’re interested in learning more about Parks’ concession opportunities and/or would like to be added to Parks’ solicitation mailing lists so that you receive notice of when new opportunities become available, please contact Parks’ Revenue Division by emailing Revenue@parks.nyc.gov. Alternatively, you can just go to the link below and fill in the online form: https://www.nycgovparks.org/opportunities/concessions/solicitation-mailing-lists


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