Corporate relocation firms direct company movement

Companies are leaving New York City to cut costs and there’s someone directing the traffic. The Boyd Company, a corporate relocation firm founded by John Boyd, tells companies where they should move as they abandon the city’s high costs and rising rents. On New York’s side is a strong brand, […]


De Blasio Clearly Needs Help Fighting Homelessness

– By John Spina For a Mayor who won office based on his vision to combat inequality, De Blasio’s campaign against homelessness has been a failure due to the limited scope of his programs. With few political allies in Albany the prospects for progress appear dim. According to the Coalition […]

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Reactivated South Brooklyn Marine Terminal Won’t Come at Cost of Residents, EDC Prez Says

In today’s New York, economic development has become almost synonymous with gentrification, with communities often fearing new projects will mean displacement of long-time residents. That’s the current vibe in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, where the city plans to revive the South Brooklyn Marine Terminal by the end of 2016. The city plans to […]

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EDC Prez Says City Needs More Office Space

The city is running out of affordable office space as demand is projected to increase heavily over the next decade. Demand for office space could reach as much as 60 million square feet, according to an NYC Economic Development Corp., study released Thursday at a Crain’s New York Business conference. […]