This weekend, thousands attended the inaugural Brooklyn Army Terminal block party to celebrate the campus' 100th birthday. Grammy nominated rapper, Busta Rhymes, rising R&B star, Justine Skye and NY-based DJ Natasha Diggs headlined the celebration with performances that filled the campus with energy and excitement.
New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today released quarterly public reports that detail the NYC Ferry system’s daily and weekly ridership statistics and on-time performance (OTP), which at nearly 91.9%, is in line with other passenger ferry service OTP trends from around the country. In addition, NYCEDC kicked off the 2018 ferry feasibility study, which will analyze potential sites that can support ferry access.
This summer, New York City Economic Development Corporation invited select high school students to intern with the organization. Raymond Bell, a senior at Ralph R. McKee High School, interned with NYCEDC’s Development team, which is currently working on a master planning process exploring the future of Sunnyside Yard, one of the busiest railroad facilities in the country.
NYCEDC is seeking a consultant to provide construction management services for the restoration and adaptive re-use of the landmarked, 200,000 square foot, Orchard Beach Pavilion, located within Pelham Bay Park, Bronx. NYCEDC seeks to transform, restore and reopen portions of the Pavilion for public programming to provide benefits for the local community and nearby residents and beyond.
New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is seeking a consultant or consultant team to manage construction of the New York City Public Health Lab, which consists of the ground-up construction of a new municipal health lab on a site within the Harlem Hospital Campus. The Project will consist of approximately 230,000 gross square feet of new construction, including laboratories and support spaces; offices; a walk-in clinic; and administration, mechanical, and circulation spaces as required.