The activation of commercial real estate is a critical means toward growing the middle class and advancing 21st century jobs. In this month's Economic Snapshot, we look at commercial office development in New York City.
The number of farmers' markets in NYC has doubled since 2006. GrowNYC's Greenmarket program operates half of these, making it the nation's largest and most diverse outdoor urban farmers' market network in the country. Read the October 2015 Economic Snapshot to learn more about farmers' markets in New York City.
New York Fashion Week may be over, but the impact of living in one of the epicenters of the global fashion world is felt year-round. In the September 2015 Economic Snapshot, we look at the history of fashion manufacturing in NYC and where it is today.
With Citywide Ferry Service set to launch in 2017, water transit in NYC is the focus of our August 2015 Economic Snapshot. Read on to learn more about the history of NYC's ferry service and highlighted stats about the upcoming ferry service.
In the July 2015 Economic Snapshot, we explore the employment trends and growth of the TAMI sector in New York City. TAMI subsectors such as app and software development, research and development, and broadcasting are often characterized by rapid growth, creativity, and innovation.
NYC is home to the largest immigrant population of any U.S. city. Foreign-born workers are not only able to find work in NYC, but have also found opportunities to grow businesses of their own, with more than 47% of incorporated businesses owned and operated by foreign-born workers.
At present, NYC may not be living up to its full potential in terms of biotech capital and development infrastructure but there is significant potential. Our March Economic Snapshot reveals opportunities for growth and ways that NYC can transform itself into the next locus of life science innovation.