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Oxford Nursing Home had planned to build a 200-bed facility in Red Hook. 

Williamsburg »

Fifteen job postings went live this week for "leaders," "experts," "geniuses," "creatives" in Brooklyn.

Sunset Park »

The company will downsize its space in Industry City and lay off multiple workers, a spokesman said.

Sunset Park »

The new center is located at 87 35th St. and will eventually have job training services as well.

Fort Greene »

The union representing Sweet'N Low workers reached a $7 million agreement with Cumberland Packing.

Navy Yard »

Refoundry teaches former inmates how to build, then sell their own repurposed furniture.

Navy Yard »

Appetizing shop Russ & Daughters is coming to the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Fort Greene »

Workers rallied outside Cumberland Packing Tuesday after the company said it would stop production.

Fort Greene »

Cumberland Packing, which packages Sweet'N Low, will stop manufacturing at its Fort Greene headquarters.

Navy Yard »

The recruitment event will take place at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Brooklyn Navy Yard's employment center.

Flatbush »

Workers will help the sanitation department clear bus stops, hydrants and crosswalks after big storms.

Chelsea »

Cleaners who lost their jobs shortly after threatening to unionize picketed various WeWork sites.

Bedford Park »

De Blasio says his predecessor simply was not handing workforce development correctly.

Navy Yard »

Building 77 will be a "modern manufacturing facility" that will create 3,000 new jobs, the mayor said.

Port Morris »

The center is a partnership between the companies Per Scholas and Manhattan-based Doran Jones.