New York’s next mayor wants a Brooklyn Navy Yard in each borough.
City employees have been working without union contracts since 2009 in some cases and the next mayor is going to have to devise a way to pay all 306,000 of them retroactive and future wage increases.
One of the two Mayoral candidates who will soon face off in a general election, De Blasio is the only one to present a plan that would look to specifically benefit immigrant owned small business owners, a portion that represents almost half of all small business owners.
Tourism officials are worried about their future: the industry has seldom been discussed at mayoral debates and few concrete plans to increase tourism in the city have been discussed.
The fate of Mayor Bloomberg’s ambitious plan to rezone a wide swath of Midtown remained uncertain Tuesday after a six-hour City Council hearing. Representatives of the mayor failed to convince the zoning committee to approve the controversial plan before the mayor leaves office in December. The proposal would upzone […]
3D printers can make just about anything these days. Saltshakers shaped like your head. Runway fashion. Custom prosthetics and hearing aids. Dream it, and you can print it. But can 3D printers make jobs?
Competing interests for city funding leave manufacturing districts with fewer resources.
The City is trying to replicate the success of the Small Business Storefront Improvement Pilot Program along Beach 116th, making it available to nearly any Superstorm Sandy impacted business that falls within an evacuation zone.
The plan to form a Jackson Heights-Corona Business Improvement District, has hit a snag after a group of local business owners and residents have voiced opposition to the plan, but organizers of the BID say they will take as much time is needed to drum up local support and form the BID.
In Brooklyn neighborhoods populated by young artists without cable, bars that aired Breaking Bad bumped up their revenues, while those who didn’t saw a big dip in revenues.