BKLYN Army Terminal (BAT), located 45 minutes via subway to Midtown Manhattan, is the premier location for companies seeking to lease commercial, light industrial, or back office space in New York City.
The BMW i Ventures Incubator is located at 95 Morton Street and can offer up to 28 open workspace desks for innovative startups, in particular for those with a special focus on future mobility and clean tech.
The Bronx Business Bridge Incubator provides approximately 30 flexible workstations and conference room space to start-ups and small businesses. The incubator hosts a suite of services fine-tuned to help guide entrepreneurs towards success.
The City invested in an approximately 4,000-square-foot commercial kitchen in East Harlem’s La Marqueta. The facility provides shared workspace for up to 40 food manufacturing startups and expanding food businesses.
This 20,000-square-foot facility is located on the ground floor of 22 John Street in DUMBO, in a New York City landmark building constructed in 1909 by William Higginson for the Arbuckle Brothers, once America's largest coffee roaster and packager.
NYCEDC, in partnership with chashama, has made available approximately 50,000 square feet of artist studios. Located at the Brooklyn Army Terminal in Sunset Park, emerging artists can access studio space in a variety of sizes.
NYCEDC’s partnership with the Office Business Center Association of New York (OBCANY) provides more than 250 desks at discounted rates to NYCEDC-referred entrepreneurs at locations throughout New York City.
The Staten Island MakerSpace is a non-profit, community workspace for makers, builders, tinkerers, hardware developers, hobbyists, artists, entrepreneurs, and anyone with a curious mind who wants to make something. It offers tools, equipment, resources, workshops, and 6000 sq ft of space for you to make your ideas come to life.
With over 1 million square feet of commercial laboratory space on a 3.5-acre City-owned site, the Alexandria Center for Life Science - NYC will be the home to pharmaceutical, bioscience, technology, and medical device firms.
This incubator was developed as part of New York City’s plan to promote innovation through entrepreneurial activity following the economic downturn of 2008. The City provided capital funds and helped to negotiate a lease between the landlord, Trinity Real Estate, and NYU-Poly for the 16,000-square foot facility.
Hot Bread Kitchen (HBK) Incubates is Hot Bread Kitchen's culinary incubator and business development program that is catalyzing the growth of startup food businesses. HBK Incubates members are growing their businesses and thriving in the kitchen! Let's see what they're cooking.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor for Economic Development Robert K. Steel and New York City Economic Development Corporation President Seth W. Pinsky today announced the selection of Micro Office Solutions to develop, launch, and operate the Harlem Venture Space, a new business incubator to be located on 118th Street in Harlem, between Frederick Douglass Boulevard and Manhattan Avenue.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Media & Entertainment Commissioner Katherine Oliver and New York City Economic Development Corporation President Seth W. Pinsky today announced that the Independent Filmmaker Project will develop and operate the “Made in NY” Media Center, a centralized hub for the local media industry to collaborate and grow.