A 57-block stretch of The Bronx along Jerome Ave. near E. 167th Street could be renamed Cromwell-Jerome.
In a report, the Comptroller accuses the economic development organization of lax oversight.
A job fair was set for Wednesday, March 26, at P.S. 30 in Far Rockaway.
The EDC voted to approve tax breaks for the developers on Tuesday.
A large warehouse in Hunts Point could be the future home of 60 auto body shops from Willets Point.
The city now says the project "could last a few years."
The auto body owners and workers at Willets Point are fighting plans for eviction.
The Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance is starting a grassroots movement to bring a ferry stop to Astoria.
The $6.65 million project will reconstruct the seawall and build a waterfront promenade and small wharf.
The new viewing point will become another attraction of the waterfront park.
The city is seeking "innovative" ideas to save crumbling underwater structures.
Food from Hot Bread Kitchen's incubator is now available for purchase by the general public.
The EDC illegally lobbied the City Council behind the scenes, the Attorney General's office said.
The city is seeking proposals to turn an old Coast Guard building in St. George into a cultural facility.
Costs are reduced to help low income people qualify for the East Harlem food business incubator.
Get Our Daily New York Newsletter
Thank you for signing up!
Would you like to sign up for additional newsletters?
Thank you for signing up for additional newsletters.