Office and Director Contact Information
Diamond District Partnership
580 Fifth Avenue, Suite 323
New York New York 10036
Avi Fertig, Executive Director
Harvey Nagin (Nagin Jewelry)—President
Steven Grauer (Gold Art 18 KT LLC)—Chairman
Vincent Demeo (Valley Bank)—Treasurer
Dennis Marlow (Solitaire Creations)—Secretary
Richard Winick (Manny Winick & Son)
Jeff Mordekai (Petra Jewelers)
Alon Mor – Mor Diamonds
Adnan Aydin – Futurama Jewelry Exchange
Brunilda Katsichtis – Premier Realty, Inc.
Christopher Ipek – Altin Realty
Eliot Kirschner – Eskay
Eyal Alon – Malca Amit
Ilan Elishayev – SYU Properties, LLC
Isaac Chetrit – Yadidi Group
Jack Elo – The Elo Group
Jay Holzer – Dyckmans
Manny Grunberg – M. Grunberg Inc.
Matthew Selig – Leo Ingwer
Memhet Gulay – City Property Development
Michael Oistacher – Manhattan Gold & Silver
Moris Yero Shalmi – ABC
Jules Fleischer – Jewelry by Alexander
Abba Barnett – Extell Development Corp.
Reuven Kaufman – Diamond Dealers Club
David Belsky – S.D.Belsky Associates
Sammy Abramov – AA Pearl
Yale Zoland – Zoland’s
Gary Weinshank – Delage
John Glaister – Resident
Mayor Bill De Blasio
Councilmember Keith Powers
NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer
Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer
Community Board #5 Pete Webb
TRADE ORGANIZATIONS (non-voting)
Ronnie VanderLinden— DMIA
Current District Boundaries
The Diamond District Partnership (47th Street BID) boundary encompasses West 47th Street from 5th to 6th Avenues.
Programs and Services
The Diamond District Partnership is a not-for-profit tax-exempt Business Improvement District (BID) formed in 1997 by the Diamond District’s business and property owners to enhance the economic development activities of New York’s 47th Street Diamond District.
The goal of the Diamond District Partnership is to make the Diamond District safer, cleaner and more beautiful for merchants and consumers who work and shop in the Diamond District.
The Diamond District Partnership’s programs are focused on supplemental sanitation and security services, maintenance of capital improvements and the promotion of the Diamond District’s merchants.