Zelik Ziegelbaum Physical Therapy Receives Grant for Façade Upgrades 

Zelik Ziegelbaum with son and fellow therapist, Rob, receive a grant from the Port Washington BID for upgrades to the façade of their business. 

The Port Washington Business Improvement District is pleased to award funding to Zelik Ziegelbaum Physical Therapy as part of the Façade and Sign Grant Program. Port Washington BID Executive Director, Holly Byrne, says of the most recent grant recipient, “The Port Washington BID is pleased to support our local businesses with our grant programs. We are proud to provide a façade grant to Zelik Ziegelbaum to supplement his effort to upgrade the outside of his building so he and his staff can continue to provide excellent service inside to his clients.”  Zelik Ziegelbaum’s North Shore of Long Island’s Port Washington Physical Therapy clinic has provided expert services for over 30 years within its 3,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility. Friendly, caring professionals provide patients with the highest level of personalized health care using customized treatment plans to address their individual needs. To learn more about Zelik Ziegelbaum Physical Therapy located at 26 Manorhaven Blvd, visit https://www.zz-pt.com 

Eligible businesses within the business district can apply for grants to help cover costs for new signs and improvements to building façade. Businesses new to the district can apply for a onetime New Tenant Grant. Rules and procedures as well as applications for the grants are available at www.portwashingtonbid.org/grants 

About the Port Washington Business Improvement District 

The Greater Port Washington Business Improvement District (BID) is committed to improving the economic and business health of the Port Washington area through marketing, promotion, physical improvements and enhanced municipal services for all those who live, work and visit our community. In addition to providing grants, the Port Washington BID offers resources and support. Working in partnership with community leaders and businesses, the BID sponsors events such as Halloween on Main, Port Holiday Magic and new this year, Port OutdoorsTo learn more, visit www.portwashingtonbid.org. 



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