2014 NYC Development Finance Conference Recap
What happens when hundreds of economic development thinkers and practitioners gather on the 68th floor of 4 World Trade Center? Progress.
Last week, NYCEDC’s Development Finance Conference brought together not-for-profits, developers, lenders, and other leaders and experts to discuss strategies and tools for creating and implementing a thoroughly 21st Century economic development program in New York City.
Gathering atop 4 World Trade Center, conference participants were granted a panoramic view of the city—from the Rockaways to the Hudson, from Pelham to Sunset Park—that allowed them to take in the full potential of every corner of every borough.
2014 NYC Development Finance Conference Registration Is Open
What does innovative development look like for communities across the 5 boroughs?
On Wednesday, November 5, get inspired at the 2014 Development Finance Conference. Held at the stunning Four World Trade Center, top industry experts from government, real estate, not-for-profits, finance, law, and business will present insights and share experience on using development finance tools to enable...Read More
The Search For NYC Office Space
WiredNYC is an initiative of the Bloomberg Administration charged with bringing transparency to broadband connectivity in NYC's commercial buildings. It is a certification program that evaluates the broadband infrastructure of New York City's commercial buildings.
Robyn Mohr of WiredNYC shares information on an upcoming General Assembly class that WiredNYC is offering to help businesses navigate the daunting search for office space.Read More
Take the Survey: NYC's Commercial Real Estate Competitiveness
If you are a NYC business that occupies or is looking for high quality affordable office space, please consider participating in a short 5-7 minute survey.
This survey is part of a study that NYCEDC in partnership with Alvarez & Marsal Real Estate Advisory Services and JRT Realty is conducting to better understand the growing demands for office space from emerging and high-growth industries. Your input will help inform policies to ensure NYC is poised to meet the future space needs of the City’s rapidly growing sectors.
This short...Read More
Take the HELM: Hire + Expand in Lower Manhattan
The history of New York City is interwoven with the growth and development of Lower Manhattan. Most recently, $30 billion in infrastructure investment has attracted a new type of merchant that harnesses intellectual capital and creative ingenuity, and has brought thousands of new residents and businesses to Lower Manhattan.
Our new Take the HELM competition rewards and promotes new Lower Manhattan tenants that can bring the best and brightest employees to the neighborhood, with the potential to add more in the near future; continue the re-branding of Lower Manhattan as a hub...Read More