New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today announced it has selected the Brooklyn-based team of nARCHITECTS, W Architecture, and Landscape Architecture to design the garment production hub of the new Made in NY campus at Bush Terminal in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
New York City Economic Development Corporation today released a Request for Proposals (RFP) that seeks to identify entities interested in operating a new marine terminal in the South Bronx. The new terminal would serve businesses on the Hunts Point Peninsula in the South Bronx by providing an alternative to trucking to move food and other products. The proposed project seeks to reduce truck traffic and to improve air quality, particularly in the South Bronx. The investment in a new marine terminal utilizes the region’s vast network of waterways, also designated as “American Marine Highways” by the US Department of Transportation.
New York Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), Council Member Mark Treyger and Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams today announced that they have secured sustainable funding to host free community concerts at the Ford Amphitheater and Seaside Park in Coney Island. iStar will provide $600,000 per year through 2025 to support free summer concerts for the Coney Island community, which will be produced this summer in partnership with City Parks Foundation.
A proven game-changer for independent construction firms, ConstructNYC is once again accepting applications for firms to work on city projects. Interested companies should apply now to prequalify for the program.
NYCEDC is seeking a Contractor to provide full-service elevator maintenance, repair and emergency services to the citywide properties managed by NYCEDC. The contractor will provide the materials and perform the tasks necessary to adequately furnish all labor, materials, supervision, schedules, tools, equipment, supplies, permits and other items for the citywide properties.