In commemoration of WorldPride 2019 and the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is participating in the citywide celebration with a dedicated NYC Ferry “Pride Vessel.” As part of Project Rainbow, an initiative launched by NYC & Company that aims to Paint the Town Proud for WorldPride, the Pride Vessel will be a public statement of the City’s commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion. It will bear the official City Host brand “Pride.Uncontained.” inside and out, visible from the shore and to riders, as it operates in New York Harbor through early July.
New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and Bartlett Dairy, Incorporated (Bartlett) today received Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP) approval for the disposition and development of NYCEDC’s JFK North Site. Bartlett, a minority-owned, family-run local business, will develop a 54,000 square foot dairy distribution center on a significant portion of the JFK North Site, one of the largest city-owned manufacturing zoned properties. Bartlett’s development of the JFK North Site will provide a permanent home for milk distribution within the five boroughs. Currently, milk distribution occurs in New Jersey and the products are then delivered to New York City by truck.
NYCEDC is seeking proposals from ATM operators who wish to enter into a license to install, maintain and operate one ATM at the St. George Ferry Terminal and three ATMs at the Whitehall Ferry Terminal.
NYCEDC is issuing is issuing this RFEI from Offshore Wind companies, service providers, manufacturers and developers, and from other maritime industry businesses and firms (each a “Respondent” and collectively, the “Respondents”) wishing to locate, develop, and utilize the Homeport Pier (“Homeport”).