Boosting retail business

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Queens Family Courthouse

The Queens Family Courthouse has been transformed into a mixed-use architectural jewel that has energized Downtown Jamaica, redefining apartment life and attracting new retail businesses to the area.


College Point Corporate Park

One of New York City’s most successful industrial, commercial and retail centers, it offers the advantages of an urban setting with the amenities of a suburban environment.


Bricktown Centre at Charleston

In 2005, NYCEDC closed on the sale of a 42-acre site in southern Staten Island to create a new retail center there called Bricktown Centre at Charleston.


Coach set to wheel into Hudson Yards

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Exhilaration as Giant Mall Springs Up in a Strike Against Blight

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CREATE at Harlem Green/Taystee Bakery Complex

The CREATE @ Harlem Green development project will revitalize and physically transform an underutilized space—the former home of the Taystee Cake Bakery—by creating a state-of-the-art commercial building, while preserving the most of the façades of the original building.


The Bronx Terminal Market

This Bronx Terminal Market features measures 1 million square feet and features a public park.


St. George Ferry Terminal

In 2005, this well-traveled link between Staten Island and Manhattan was infused with new energy when the City of New York unveiled the upgraded St. George Ferry Terminal, a $130 million renovation project administered by NYCEDC.


Melrose Retail Strategy

NYCEDC and the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) collaborated to strengthen retail corridors and foster a balanced retail environment in the Melrose neighborhood of the South Bronx.