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  • NYCEDC and Fullstack Academy Launch Cyber Bootcamp to Strengthen Cybersecurity Workforce in NYC

    New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and Fullstack Academy, one of the longest-running and most successful technology bootcamps in the nation, have announced the launch of the Fullstack Cyber Bootcamp. Eligible New Yorkers will receive a full-tuition Cyber NYC Bootcamp Scholarship in an effort to increase access to cybersecurity career opportunities for low-income students and professionals in New York City. The first Cyber Bootcamp cohort began earlier this month with 24 students who received full-tuition scholarships.

  • In Celebration of WorldPride, NYC Ferry Introduces the Pride Vessel

    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.

  • NYCEDC and Bartlett Dairy Receive Overwhelming City Council Approval to Develop a New Permanent Home for Milk Distribution in New York City

    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.

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Against All Odds: Transforming 42nd Street

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A recent documentary tells the story of the economic transformation of 42nd Street in New York City.

Resources

  • 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.

  • PortNYC

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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.

Real Estate Development & Procurement

SAW MILL CREEK WETLAND MITIGATION BANK CREDIT SALE

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New York City Economic Development Corporation on behalf of The City of New York is requesting responses from parties wanting to purchase tidal wetland mitigation credits from the City’s first wetland mitigation bank, the Saw Mill Creek Pilot Wetland Mitigation Bank. The Saw Mill Creek Pilot Wetland Mitigation Bank is a mechanism that provides compensatory mitigation through the sale of Credits to applicants in the waterfront permitting process.

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