Success Stories

New York City. Make it Here.

The City is working hard to create new business opportunities throughout the five boroughs.

Companies across many industries have found success in relocating or expanding their operations in New York City. See how businesses large and small can make it here.

  • Common Ground

    In January 2010, Common Ground, a not-for-profit, opened it's housing project in the Bronx to aid the homeless and reach out to the community.

  • Motionbox Inc.

    As a startup technology company based in New York City, Motionbox Inc. was eligible for the Qualified Emerging Technology Company (QETC) Tax Credit Program.

  • JetBlue

    NYCEDC led an interagency team which put together an innovative package that resulted in JetBlue’s decision to establish new headquarters in Long Island City, Queens.

  • City Point

    Learn about HireNYC's comprehensive recruitment and hiring strategy for the permanent jobs at City Point.

  • Arverne by the Sea

    The Recover NYC Program helped to establish a much-needed supermarket on the Rockaway Peninsula.

  • Pixable

    Meet Inaki Berenguer CEO of Pixable. From MIT, to 160 Varick, to his own office space, find out how Inaki made it here, in New York City.

  • Ecologic Solutions Inc.

    Find out about Anselm Doering - Brooklynite, Green-Eco evangelist, and how he founded and took EcoLogic Solutions from his apartment, to the Varick St incubator, to the Brooklyn Navy Yards as a thriving business. Discover how Anselm made it here - in New York City.

  • Julia Gray, Ltd.

    With the help of IDA, Julia Gray, Ltd. was able to purchase a larger facility in Long Island City, keeping jobs within the community and revenue in New York City.

  • Mondial Automotive Inc.

    Find out about a true immigrant entrepreneur success story. With the help of NYCEDC and NYCIDA, the Kaldawy family, founders of Mondial Automotive, was able to stay in Queens, grow their business and make it here, in New York City.

  • Chashama

    Discover how Chashama, an arts not-for profit, worked with NYCEDC to expand its low-cost, artist studio space and create cultural links with the community.

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