NYCEDC today announced the launch of Resiliency Innovations for a Stronger Economy (RISE : NYC), a competition to help small businesses impacted by Hurricane Sandy prepare for future storms, sea level rise and other effects of climate change.
NYCEDC and Health 2.0 today announced the launch of the second annual Pilot Health Tech NYC, a program designed to dramatically increase innovation and collaboration within New York City’s health technology sector.
Deputy Mayor Robert K. Steel and New York City Economic Development Corporation President Kyle Kimball today announced that the Hunts Point Terminal Produce Market has exercised a seven year lease renewal option, which commits the market to stay in the Hunts Point section of the Bronx until June of 2021.
NYCEDC today announced a request for expressions of interest (RFEI) to identify partners to finance, construct, and operate the City’s first wetland mitigation bank in the Saw Mill Creek Marsh on the West Shore of Staten Island.
New York City Economic Development Corporation today announced the launch of the NYC Broadband Map, an initiative designed to expand connectivity and ensure that the City further establishes its position as a leader in technology in the 21st century.
New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today announced the launch of construction of the Randall’s Island Connector Project, a pathway that will connect the South Bronx and Randall’s Island, providing a critical transportation link for pedestrians and bicyclists.
New York City Economic Development Corporation and the New York City Department of Small Business Services today announced the expansion of NYC Business Acceleration to serve supermarkets and grocery stores offering a full array of food products.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Robert K. Steel, and New York City Economic Development Corporation President Kyle Kimball today announced that the East River Ferry, originally scheduled to terminate in June of 2014, will continue to provide service along the Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens waterfront until at least 2019.