Retail in New York City

Retail played a significant role in New York City's economy this past decade, adding more than 2,300 businesses and 56,000 employees from 2001 to 2012.


Water Street Strategy

NYCEDC is implementing a comprehensive strategy to support the continued resurgence of this key Lower Manhattan district.


Groundbreaking for Retail Development at Broadway Plaza in the Bronx

NYCEDC and Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. announced the groundbreaking of a 133,000-square-foot retail development at Broadway Plaza in the Bronx, which will activate an approximately 80,000-square-foot site located along the Broadway retail corridor.

St. George Waterfront Environmental Review

Environmental Review documents for St. George Waterfront development project.


Food Manufacturing & Retail

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NYC is home to a thriving food manufacturing, distribution and retail industry.


Webster Avenue Vision Plan

Webster Avenue is a major thoroughfare in the Bronx, extending from the neighborhoods of Melrose to Woodlawn. This plan focuses on transforming the area between Fordham Road and Gun Hill Road into a vibrant mixed-use district that serves the needs of culturally diverse neighborhoods and world-class institutions.


St. George Waterfront

Staten Island’s waterfront will be transformed with the construction of the world’s largest observation wheel along with a new retail complex and hotel on two sites adjacent to the Richmond County Bank Ballpark in St. George.


A Closer Look at Retail Growth in New York City

 |  StatsBee
This StatsBee looks at retail, one of the sectors driving economic growth in New York City both in the number of establishments opening and in employment. Check it out to learn more!


New York City Economic Development Corporation Announces 133,000-Square-Foot Retail Development at Broadway Plaza Site in the Bronx

NYCEDC today announced the selection of Equity One, Inc. to redevelop an 80,000-square-foot site located along the Broadway retail corridor in the Bronx.


Staten Isle Gets “Iron” In Diet, Will Be Site of Huge New Development, City Sez

 |  Source: The New York Observer