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Civic Center »

Stringer Says EDC Isn't Doing Enough to Monitor Conflicts of Interest

In a report, the Comptroller accuses the economic development organization of lax oversight.

Far Rockaway »

Dozens of Boardwalk Rebuilding Jobs Up for Grabs for Rockaways Residents

A job fair was set for Wednesday, March 26, at P.S. 30 in Far Rockaway.

Willets Point »

$43M in Tax Breaks Approved for Willets Point Developers

The EDC voted to approve tax breaks for the developers on Tuesday.

Willets Point »

Dozens of Willets Point Shop Owners Eyeing Hunts Point Warehouse

A large warehouse in Hunts Point could be the future home of 60 auto body shops from Willets Point.

Rockaway Beach »

City Backtracks on Timeline for Rockaway Beach Boardwalk

The city now says the project "could last a few years."

Corona »

Willets Point Businesses Protest Impending Eviction

The auto body owners and workers at Willets Point are fighting plans for eviction.

Astoria »

Waterfront Advocacy Group Pushing for Astoria Ferry Service

The Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance is starting a grassroots movement to bring a ferry stop to Astoria.

Long Island City »

City Starts Long-Awaited Repairs to Queensbridge Park Seawall

The $6.65 million project will reconstruct the seawall and build a waterfront promenade and small wharf.

Long Island City »

Gantry Park Esplanade Gets New View into East River

The new viewing point will become another attraction of the waterfront park.

Greenwich Village »

City Plans Competition to Help Fix Pier 40 and Downtown Waterfront

The city is seeking "innovative" ideas to save crumbling underwater structures.

East Harlem »

Hot Bread Kitchen Opens Harlem Store

Food from Hot Bread Kitchen's incubator is now available for purchase by the general public.

New York City »

Attorney General Announces Deal After EDC Found Guilty of Illegal Lobbying

The EDC illegally lobbied the City Council behind the scenes, the Attorney General's office said.

St. George »

City to Turn Former Staten Island Coast Guard Station Into Cultural Space

The city is seeking proposals to turn an old Coast Guard building in St. George into a cultural facility.

Harlem »

Non-Profit Aims to Lower Barriers for Low Income Entrepreneurs

Costs are reduced to help low income people qualify for the East Harlem food business incubator.

Downtown »

Top Designers Want to Help Light Up Lower Manhattan

More than 100 industry professionals attended a recent meeting on "Illuminate Lower Manhattan."

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