Neighbors United Below Canal (NUBC) represents thousands of stakeholders in the diverse and unique communities below Canal Street and the surrounding area.
We are community organizations, businesses, activists with support from our elected officials.
NUBC’s members have a unified voice against Mayor de Blasio’s proposal to build the tallest jail in the world, standing 490 ft. tall at 124-125 White St, currently occupied by The Tombs and the Manhattan Detention Center, immediately adjacent to Chung Pak low income senior residence.
The Park Row Alliance, a consortium of Chatham Green and Chatham Towers, representing approximately 1,500 residents.
Chatham Towers, a 240-unit cooperative, located at 170 and 180 Park Row, with approximately 500 residents.
Chatham Green, a 420-unit cooperative, located at 165, 185, and 215 Park Row, with approximately 1,000 residents.
Christopher Marte, State Committeeman for AD 65.
The Chinatown Core Block Association, a group of residents, property owners, and business owners addressing quality of life issues, and supportive of enterprise that contributes in a positive way to the lives of Chinatown residents.
Additional Signatories to NUBC’s Open Letter are:
Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association (CCBA), the largest umbrella organization in Chinatown, with 60 member organizations that represent a cross-section of the Chinese community in New York, and the oldest service organization in Chinatown established in 1883.
Hoy Sun Ning Yung Association
Lin Sing Association
Chinese Merchants Association
Hip Sing Association
Chinese Chamber of Commerce of New York
Chinese Free Masons
Kuomintang Eastern Region Office
Kuomintang of China in America (New York)
Tsung Tsin Association
Lung Kong Tin Yee Association
Chung Shan Association
Tong On Association
Hok Shan Society
Chinese Aviation Development Association
Gee How Oak Tin Association
Engb Suey Sun Association
Lee's Family Association
Wong Family Benevolent Association
Chee Tuck Sam Tuck Association
Moy's Family Association
Sun Wei Association
Nam Hoy Sun Tuck Association
Yee Fong Toy Association
Tai Pun Residents Association
Chinese Laundrymen's Association
Yee Tung Association
Chew Lun Association
Soo Yuen Association
Sam Yick Association
Leung Chung How Realty Corp.
Yee Shan Benevolent Society
Hoy Yen Association
Sze Kong Association
Fay Chow Merchant's Association
Chinese American Restaurant Association
Lun Yee Association
American Legion L.T. Kimlau Post 1291
Chinese Women's Benevolent Association
Hoy Ping Hong Hing Association
Chinese Musical & Theater Association of N.Y.
Tai Look Merchants Association
Hai Nan Association
Nan Yang Association
Fukien American Association
First Chinese Presbyterian Church
Tai Pun Yook Ying Association
Man Chee Dramatic & Benevolent Association
National Chinese Seamen's Union
Jin Lan Association
Sam Kiang Charitable Association
Wah Pei Association
Tsang's Family Association
Yan Ping Association
Gee Poy Kuo Association
Fung Loon Benevolent Association
Goon Shee Association
Chinese Community Club
Chee Yue Associatiobn
Lum Sai Ho Association
Kwong Hoy Association
Benjamin Yee, State Committeeman for AD 66
Lin Sing Association, a Chinese-American organization established in 1900.
Hoy Sun Ning Yung Association
Lee Family Benevolent Association
American Legion L.T. Kimlau Post 1291, a veterans organization established in 1946.
Bowery Alliance of Neighbors, a non-profit grassroots organization working to protect residents, small businesses, and the historic character of NYC's oldest street.
Think!Chinatown, an organization that listens, responds, and builds Chinatown's capacities as a strong & vibrant immigrant neighborhood of NYC.
Chinatown Manpower Project, an organization that provides economic opportunities to disadvantaged immigrants and refugees throughout New York City.
Lower East Side Dwellers Block Association, an block organization in LES established in 2012.
Two Bridges Neighborhood Council, Inc., an organization dedicated to creating affordable housing, advocating for quality-of-life improvements, and providing access to social, educational, and recreation services in Two Bridges, established in 1954.
Chinese American Independent Physicians Association (CAIPA), the largest IPA in Asian- American communities in New York City, with over 1,000 physician members.
Financial District Neighborhood Association, an organization whose mission to protect and preserve the quality of life of the Financial District of Manhattan as a residential neighborhood.
Downtown Independent Democrats, a political club dedicated to supporting progressive government and policies and has long been the voice for the people of Lower Manhattan in the politics of the Democratic Party.
Elizabeth Street Garden, Inc., an organization whose mission is to protect and preserve the magic of Elizabeth Street Garden as a public community green space.
Lower East Side History Project, an award-winning non-profit organization dedicated to researching, documenting and preserving the history of the LES.
Bridgeview Condominium, a 167-unit condominium at 50 Bayard Street, with over 300 residents.
The Historic Districts Council, an organization whose mission is to ensure the preservation of significant historic neighborhoods, buildings and public spaces in New York City, uphold the integrity of New York City’s Landmarks Law, and further the preservation ethic.
NY Chinatown Lions Club, a servicemembers organization.
OCA-NY, the New York chapter of a national non-profit civil rights organization promoting and protecting the political, economic, and cultural rights of Asian Pacific Americans.
United Democratic Organization, a Democratic political club representing the 65th Assembly District, Part D.
Asian American Legal and Education Defense Fund (AALDEF), founded in 1974, a national organization that protect and promotes the civil rights of Asian Americans.