Marcy Plaza Ribbon-Cutting

NYCEDC, in partnership with the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, unveiled Marcy Plaza, a new mile-long streetscape improvement project in the Bed-Stuy neighborhood.


Water Street Strategy

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


Jackson Avenue Streetscape Project

Completed in 2010, Phase 1 of The Jackson Avenue Streetscape Project is redefining Jackson Avenue as Long Island City’s main business corridor.


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Harlem River Park

Harlem River Park's new esplanade stretching from 135th Street to 145th Street in East Harlem is for all to enjoy.


Bedford-Stuyvesant Streetscape Project

The Bed-Stuy Gateway Streetscape Enhancement Project will transform Central Brooklyn’s anchor business destination into a more attractive urban space.


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.


Queens Plaza Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements

Completed in 2012,NYCEDC's Queens Plaza project has transformed Queens' front door into an inviting gateway to the borough and includes public space, improved roadway design and streetscapes, and enhanced pedestrian walkways.


South Bronx Greenway

This initiative creates a more sustainable and resilient community by providing public access to the waterfront and open space through an expansive system of parks, greenstreets, and bike paths.


Willoughby Square

Willoughby Square in Downtown Brooklyn will be a street-level public space that sits atop an underground parking garage.