Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development Alicia Glen, NYCEDC and JEMB Realty today announced a brand new commercial development that will bring 400,000 square feet of new office and retail space to 420 Albee Square in Brooklyn’s Tech Triangle.
NYCEDC President Maria Torres-Springer today announced the results of a new NYCEDC analysis that shows market demand for new commercial space could reach up to 60 million square feet over the next ten years.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito today unveiled a 10-point action plan to modernize the City’s industrial policy backed by more than $115 million in newly announced City funding.
NYCEDC today announced the release of a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the development and operation of a new recreational and community facility in the Edenwald neighborhood of the Bronx. The new facility is expected to be at least 45,000 square feet and will bring new space for physical and recreational use to the local community, providing an exciting opportunity to enhance the quality of life in Edenwald and surrounding neighborhoods.
Delivering on a commitment outlined last November in the Career Pathways: One City Working Together workforce development plan, Mayor de Blasio today launched HireNYC, the largest and most impactful targeted hiring program in the nation, to help New Yorkers access training and jobs through the City’s purchases and investments.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced the Caring Neighborhoods initiative, a transformative new program that will significantly increase primary care access for thousands of residents in underserved neighborhoods across New York City.
NYCEDC and Paris&Co, the economic development agency of Paris, today announced the NYC-Paris Business Exchange, providing New York City-based start-ups with access to business opportunities in Paris and helping Paris-based companies expand their footprints in New York City.
NYCEDC and the Fashion Institute of Technology today announced the winners of the fourth class of Design Entrepreneurs NYC, a free, intensive, “mini-MBA” program that teaches emerging New York City-based fashion designers how to run a successful label