New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today announced three new vendors opening shops at the new Essex Market on the Lower East Side. Roni Sue’s Chocolates, Sugar Sweet Sunshine, and Local Line by Exit9 will join 24 current Essex Street vendors at the new location this fall.
NYCEDC & Mayor’s Office of Sustainability (MOS) are seeking a consultant to evolve the GreeNYC program visually and tonally; as well as help conceive and execute a year-long integrated marketing plan for the program. The goal of the marketing plan is to better engage New Yorkers in voluntarily making more sustainable choices. The work will entail evaluating past GreeNYC campaigns; reviewing updated marketing research on New Yorkers’ views on sustainability and climate change; prioritizing and segmenting NYC audiences for specific campaigns and messages; evaluating and identifying influential partners for greater reach and impact; and conceiving and helping execute creative campaigns that work across multiple channels.
New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) is seeking a consultant team to provide Architectural Design and Related consulting services to design a new New York City Public Health Lab (PHL). Established in 1892, the PHL was the world’s first municipal bacteriological laboratory and it continues to support the City by performing testing on more than two hundred thousand specimens it receives each year. The PHL Project will consist of approximately 230,000 gross square feet of new construction on a site within the Harlem Hospital campus, including: laboratories and support spaces; offices; walk-in clinic; administration; mechanical; and circulation spaces as required.