NYCEDC today announced the closing of a lease amendment with Baldor Specialty Foods which will allow the fresh produce and specialty food distributor to expand its facility in the Hunts Point neighborhood in the Bronx by 100,000 square feet, strengthening the area’s robust food and beverage distribution network.
NYCEDC President Maria Torres-Springer, in partnership with Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Interise and Santander Bank, N.A., today announced the launch of Manage Forward, an innovative program that will provide minority and women-owned business enterprises (M/WBE) in Brooklyn.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYCEDC announced the launch of NYC BigApps 2015, the City’s annual contest for all members of the tech and civic ecosystems to create web or mobile apps, devices, platforms, and other technology products to address pressing City challenges.
NYCEDC today announced the launch of Connect IBZ: Broadband Expansion in Industrial Business Zones (Connect IBZ), a $5.3 million public-private partnership that will construct access to high-speed Internet in IBZs in New York City by expanding broadband infrastructure in these currently underserved areas.
NYCEDC today announced the release of a Request for Expressions of Interest for a mixed-income, live/work development on a City-owned site on Spofford Avenue in the Hunts Point neighborhood of the Bronx.
NYCEDC today announced the 2015 winners of the Taste of NYC: Fancy Food Fellowship, a City-sponsored competition designed to send New York City-based specialty foods manufacturers to an internationally recognized trade show this summer in New York City, connecting small business owners to a global audience.