Legends From Jamaica, Queens, NYC
All About All Of The Arts, Performers, Entrepreneurs & You
Known for our Monthly Jazz, Poetry, Hip Hop & R&B Showcases as well as The Artist Market Pop Up Shops and Sip & Paint Nights - we've listened and thought and thought some more - and have re-organized to bring everyone together and provide an innovative Platform for All.
With Several Themed Film Festivals with Live Performances, Vendors, Entrepreneurs and Community Groups per Year, Everyone is Red Carpet VIP.
Our local and Tri-State Area Filmmakers, Artists, Performers (all genres) now have the perfect way to Share, Meet and Connect with the Community, Businesses and Other Artists.
We love bringing everyone together to Celebrate Talent and experience something that our community typically does not have. We also love making History with you in the most Historic Area of Queens, NY, and Queens, NY as we know is the most diverse borough in the city!
With Opportunities for Sponsors, Vendors, Ad Space and Community Leader Introductions - we've packed much in to either 1 Day or 4 Day Film Festivals.
And why not? There are quite a few movies, web series, music/poetry videos being filmed in Southeast Queens and you should meet and speak and support them. They are usually found at our Film Festivals too!
Marketing Statistics JAMAICA MAKES…
A vibrant population happen!There are 86,000 people on the sidewalks of Downtown Jamaica every day. On top of that, 200,000 come to Jamaica on the LIRR; 16,000 board the AirTrain in Jamaica to JFK International Airport; 46,000 board the subways here; 49 MTA bus lines deposit riders here; and 15,000 cars pass down Jamaica Avenue every day.
158,000 - Total workforce
$341 million - Yearly spending potential
30,600 - College students
$58 million - Yearly spending potential
Population at 3, 5 and 10 mile radius (2012)
Households at 3, 5 and 10 mile radius (2010)
Median Household Income (2012)
New Development Happen!
$3.7 Billion worth!New housing has been popping up all over Downtown from The Dermot Group’s sleek MODA apartment complex with 346 units and more than 50,000 SF of retail space (including an Associated Supermarket, and CityRib Restaurant). Yorkside Towers added another 180 apartments and recently completed Park Haven Apartments has 102 units. The Bluestone Organization is opening Norman Towers, a nine-story, twin tower mixed-use building with 101 residential units, office and retail space. Housing is just part of the story; Blumenfeld Development Group is building a new 180,000 SF retail complex, and we still have 4,320,000 SF available for development in the Station Area.
(Provided by the Greater Jamaica Development Corporation https://gjdc.org/business/marketing-statistics/)