This event will give Jamaica, Queens residents and community stakeholders the opportunity to provide feedback on a series of initiatives identified during months of extensive outreach with the community.
NYCEDC today announced the approval of a construction phasing for Flushing Commons that will maintain over 1,100 spaces of existing parking on the site during construction, and also announced that groundbreaking on the project is expected this fall.
Mayor Bloomberg, NYCEDC and Seastreak announced a partnership to provide temporary ferry service between the Rockaways and Manhattan while subway service on that route is suspended. The service begins on Monday, and the fare will be $2 each way.
In 2009, New York City-based JetBlue Airways announced its plan to launch a nationwide search for a location to create a new, unique, and lower cost headquarters operation that would also allow the company to solidify its brand identity.
Tennis fever will once again take over New York City next week, as the country’s largest tennis tournament returns to Queens! The US Open, which begins play on Monday, August 27, is the last of the four major tournaments of the tennis season. This StatsBee explores some of the facts and figures around this iconic tournament.
Find out how NYCEDC is helping to grow and strengthen communities around New York City with NYCEDC in Your Neighborhood. In Queens, the Ravenswood Community is seeing numerous improvements in alternative energy development and support.
NYCEDC, on behalf of the City of New York, in collaboration with the MTA is seeking proposals from qualified developers to purchase, and possibly redevelop, an approximately 5,000 square foot property located at 103-54 99th Street in the Ozone Park neighborhood of Queens.