Retail

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South Bronx Initiative Plan

The South Bronx Initiative Plan created a long-term development strategy for the South Bronx.

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Corn Exchange Building

The Corn Exchange Building rehabilitation will preserve the landmarked building's historic façade while adding retail and office space.

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Jamaica Infrastructure Projects

Jamaica, where Queens meets the world, is primed for extensive redevelopment. The area’s vast transportation network, including the AirTrain and the Long Island Rail Road, will be leveraged to create a mixed-use central business district around the Jamaica Station complex, which will include millions of square feet of commercial space, residential units, and retail.

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Hunter's Point South

Hunter's Point South will be a vibrant, sustainable and well-designed affordable housing community and waterfront park in Long Island City.

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Essex Crossing Development (Seward Park)

In September 2013, the City selected the Essex Crossing project to transform the Seward Park lots—the largest stretch of undeveloped City-owned land in Manhattan below 96th Street—into vibrant, mixed-use space in one of New York's most dynamic, diverse, and historic neighborhoods. The project will be developed by Delancey Street Associates LLC, a joint venture comprised of L+M Development Partners, BFC Partners, and Taconic Investment Partners.

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Willets Point Development

With mixed-income housing, retail and entertainment amenities, public open space, community facilities, a hotel, and a convention center, Willets Point will become a major engine for economic growth in New York City.

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Flushing Commons

Downtown Flushing in Queens will see high-quality development including the Flushing Commons project, which will introduce new residential units, retail space, a recreational center, and more.

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City Point

The City Point project in Downtown Brooklyn aims to foster a mixed-use urban environment with expanded retail and housing options, additional open space, and academic and cultural facilities.

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New Stapleton Waterfront

The New Stapleton Waterfront development will activate and expand an underutilized waterfront, as well as unlock the opportunity for new development opportunities, including affordable housing, retail, and significant investment in public infrastructure.