Ice Cream Festival
Calling out all dessert lovers: the nation’s largest All-You-Can-Eat Ice Cream Festival is coming back to Bryant Park! Scooper Bowl New York is a three-day charity event benefiting cancer research that provides attendees with all-you-can-eat ice cream and donation proceeds go to cancer research. Help fight cancer and enjoy a variety of ice-cream from the nation’s leading companies and craft creameries. Proceeds from the festival go toward the Jimmy Fund, an organization that supports cancer care and research at Boston’s Dana-Farbar Cancer.
The Sato Project
Pan Am is a proud supporter of The Sato Project. We love to highlight charitable organizations that are dedicated to spreading awareness about animal cruelty and those who help improve the lives of animals in need. Since 2011, The Sato Project has rescued and rehabilitated over 2000 abandoned dogs in Puerto Rico. Their primary rescue operations are on Dead Dog Beach, an area locally referred to as a canine dumping ground. The group provides medication, food, and love to these stray dogs..
NYC Pet Adoption Events
Did you know that many of our buildings are pet-friendly? If you’ve been thinking about adding a furry friend to your family, check out these upcoming adoption events: Saturday, August 12, 12-4:30 pm Biscuits & Bath with In Our Hands Rescue Sutton Place, 1064 First Ave @ 58th St Saturday, August 19, 12-4:30 pm Biscuits & Bath with In Our Hands Rescue Sutton Place, 1064 First Ave @ 58th St Saturday, August 26, 12-4:30 pm Biscuits & Bath with In Our Hands.
The Best Dog Parks in NYC
With the weather getting warmer, it’s the perfect time to take your furry friend on an adventure! Pack your pet’s favorite treats and head out to one of New York City’s amazing dog parks. See our top picks below! 1. Madison Square Dog Park Run This park is perfect for dogs of all sizes! There is a private, fenced-off area for smaller dogs to play safely and a larger area for the big dogs to run. While your dog plays to their.
Top 5 Parks in New York City
Spring is finally here! Our favorite Spring activity is exploring all of the beautiful parks in the five boroughs. Here are our top five picks for you to explore this season. 1 – Central Park When you think of NYC parks, Central Park is probably the first place that comes to mind. Central Park stretches from North 110th Street to Central Park South (59th Street), and from Central Park West (8th Avenue) to 5th Ave. Check out the Great Lawn (79th to.
Meet Sully: Pets of Pan Am
Up next on our “Pets of Pan Am” interview series is Sullivan “Sully” Mulgaokar. Sully lives at True North Nomad with his mom, Neeta. See what this playful pup had to say about his Pan Am Equities home. Q: Thanks for taking the time to chat with us! A: Bow Wow Wow Q: What’s your favorite part about living at True North Nomad? A: My staff, Joseph and Juan. I can’t get enough love from them! Q: How do you like your apartment? What do.
The Ambassadog Project – Almost Home Dachshund Rescue Society
Welcome to our first installation of the Ambassadog Project, a joint venture between Pan Am Equities and The Spark Group that is designed to help animals find loving homes and lifelong friendships. In this interview, we spoke with Tina Marie Mulvey from Almost Home Dachshund Rescue Society. Almost Home Dachshund Rescue Society (AHDRS) is a network of independent rescue volunteers who work together to rescue abandoned, abused, and/or unwanted dachshunds. They provide medical and behavioral care for the dogs and place them.
Meet Bella: Pets of Pan Am
To continue with our “Pets of Pan Am” interview series, we spoke with Bella, a resident of True North Flatiron 43. See what this lovely pup had to say about her Pan Am Equities home: Q: Hi Bella, thanks for taking the time to meet with me. A: You’re welcome; hopefully I get a treat for this. I had just mastered the “sit”, “shake” and “lay-down” when I was told I had to fast-track the English Language for this interview, so that was a bit of.
The Ambassadog Project: Finding Homes for Shelter Animals
Since it’s Adopt a Shelter Pet Day, it’s the perfect time for us to announce the launch of The Ambassadog Project.
Meet Aspen: Pets of Pan Am
To continue with our “Pets of Pan Am” interview series, last night we met up with the famous Aspen from The Caroline! (If you live in The Caroline, you’re surely familiar with him). See what this furry friend had to say about his experience living at a Pan Am Equities building: Q: Hi Aspen, thanks for taking the time to meet with me. A: It’s my pleasure to meet you since I usually have a bit of downtime everyday when Andy goes.