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  • NYCEDC Announces New Plan to Create an Expanded Open Space in Willoughby Square

    New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today announced that it will be advancing development of publicly accessible open space in Downtown Brooklyn’s Willoughby Square. Located on Willoughby Street between Duffield and Gold Streets, NYCEDC anticipates beginning construction on the 1.15-acre street level site in 2020 with completion expected by 2022. The previous proposal involved a financially unfeasible underground garage whose rampways will now be converted into useable green space.

  • City of New York and Hudson Square BID Select Consultants to Construct New Pedestrian Space and Amenities in Hudson Square

    New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), New York City Department of Transportation (DOT), in partnership with the Hudson Square Business Improvement District (BID), today announced Prima Paving Corporation, Sam Schwartz Engineering, D.P.C. and Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects have been selected as the a joint consultancy team that will advance a major public-private, design-build investment between Canal Street and West Houston. The project’s streetscape improvements will strengthen Hudson Square by enhancing pedestrian, bicycle, vehicular traffic safety, transforming the corridor into a grand boulevard that will increase connectivity.

  • Manufacturing the future: New tech hub lands in Sunset Park

    Source: Brooklyn Reporter

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The NYC Blockchain Center is Open: Visit Us and Explore Blockchain in NYC and Beyond

The NYC Blockchain Center opened earlier this year in a 4,000-square-foot space in the Flatiron District. Now, as we move into Blockchain Week NYC 2019, we invite you to take a closer look at our community, our programs, and opportunities in NYC.


  • Economic Snapshot - Volume 4, 2019

    Private sector employment growth remained high through Q1 2019, new development in Manhattan led an expansion in the city's office stock, and more.

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    PortNYC facilities include marine cargo terminals, rail facilities, cruise terminals, ferry landings, and heliports within the five boroughs of the City of New York.

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