Street Sale Space

Welcome to Jane Street!

Building Community and Preserving Quality of Life 

Join your neighbors and long-time vendors offering clothing, jewelry, books, collectibles, memorabilia, and other treasures, plus our ever-popular Jane Street t-shirts.

Saturday, June 1

11 am to 5 pm

Jane Street between 8th Avenue & Hudson Street

It's not to late to volunteer! We'll be setting up from

10 AM, just stop on by! NB:  All vendor slots are full

The Street Sale is one of only two JSBA events each year when our Jane Street T-shirts are available, $20, in all sizes (and some onesies). This tee is modeled (right) by longtime friend of Jane Street, Erik Bottcher, Chief of Staff to NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson. 

Maintaining Jane Street's Quality of Life

We remain vigilant about​ bars and lounges requesting late closings — as late as 4 am —  as part of their application for a liquor license. These applications require neighborhood outreach before being heard by Community Board 2. Please join us in reviewing and commenting on these applications, to ensure that late-night hours, noise, patrons and traffic do not affect our quality of life. If you have an issue with an already established business, please email us and also contact our NCOs (Neighborhood Community Officers). CB2's monthly calendar is published online. Please get in touch if you'd like to join us (even if it is for just one meeting). More details on our local issues page.

Our 21st  annual Street Sale is June 1! 

The beautiful new fence of the Jane Street Garden was inaugurated on December 1, 2018 at a festive neighborhood gathering of Jane Streeters and friends of the fence from all over. More about the occasion

The garden's new fence! 

In Memoriam 

Elaine Young

 NYPD 6th Precinct Neighborhood Community Officers Our Sector D (NCOs) are a great resource for quality of life issues. More information on our Local Issues page

Elaine Young, a stalwart of the JSBA, dear friend and Jane Street neighbor, died in May 2018. Elaine was a dedicated community activist who cared deeply about the West Village and the Meatpacking District.  Her enthusiasm, acumen, integrity and tireless efforts will be missed by all. Donations in her memory can be made online to the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation. To donate by check, please make it out to the GVSHP, write "In memory of Elaine Young" on the memo line, and mail to: Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, 232 East 11th Street, New York, NY 10003. Phone:  212-475-9585

Come visit the brand-new West Street Park between Jane and Horatio Streets! The new fence is installed and planting begins in July. Thank you to everyone who donated to make the park possible!

Click here for more info​​​​