Commentary/Op-Ed - February 2021

New York City Should Start Preparing Now for a Biden Infrastructure Plan

In this Gotham Gazette op-ed, CUF makes the case that New York City should start preparing for an increasingly likely major new federal infrastructure investment this year and seize this opportunity to get the economy going and confront the climate crisis


Testimony - February 2021

Supporting the Governors Island Zoning Amendment

In this testimony before the City Planning Commission, CUF policy director Eli Dvorkin details his support of the proposed Governors Island zoning amendment, which will help realize the island’s full potential as a vibrant, year-round resource for all New Yorkers.


Event - February 2021

Encouraging and Supporting Low-Income Entrepreneurship on Staten Island

On February 11th, CUF held a forum to discuss what’s needed to support first-time entrepreneurs from low-income communities on Staten Island, and examine how to ensure that more of the Staten Islanders from low-income backgrounds who do turn to entrepreneurship have the tools and resources to succeed.


Report - January 2021

Building an Inclusive Economy in NYC: Boosting College Attainment

Increasing the number of New Yorkers with a college credential will be key to creating a more inclusive economy in New York, concludes this new analysis, which reveals striking racial and ethnic disparities in college attainments rates across NYC.


Event - January 2021

Conversation with CUNY Chancellor Félix V. Matos Rodríguez

On January 19th, CUF hosted a policy conversation with Chancellor Matos Rodríguez to discuss the vital role that CUNY can play in the city’s economic recovery and his vision for making the university a fundamental part of efforts to create a more equitable and inclusive economy in New York.


Report - December 2020

State of the Chains, 2020

Our thirteenth annual ranking of national retailers in New York City finds by far the largest overall decline in the number of chain stores as the national retail market experienced unprecedented contraction due to the COVID-19 outbreak and subsequent shutdowns and store closures.


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