Recent Press

Stop the forced return to the office
New York Daily News, by Madhuri Kommareddi, December 01, 2021

OPEN BX RX | December 01, 2021
BronxNet, December 01, 2021

How the next mayor can boost health care and tech apprenticeships
Crain's New York Business, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, November 23, 2021

OPINION: Free community college was never going to be enough
The Hechinger Report, by Kenneth Adams, November 22, 2021

Make Workforce Development Essential to Neighborhood Rezonings, Report Says
Gotham Gazette, by Lachlan Hyatt, November 19, 2021

A report card on the city’s use of infrastructure to combat climate change
Crain's New York Business, by Brandon Sanchez, November 19, 2021

Council Speaker Candidates Debate (and Pander on) Livable Streets Issues
Streetsblog New York, by Julianne Cuba, November 19, 2021

OPINION: Making the case for Latinos in the Adams administration
City & State, November 18, 2021

Thriving tech sector slowest in return to office
Crain's New York Business, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, November 17, 2021

Souped-Up Starbucks Coming to Related’s Hudson Yards
Commercial Observer, by Lauren Elkies Schram, November 16, 2021

The New York Building Congress Went From Major Player to Social Club and Back Again
Commercial Observer, by Nicholas Rizzi, November 16, 2021

CUNY Leads Initiative to Expand STEM Programs for Hispanic Students
The Knight News, by Stavros Anastasiou, November 15, 2021

De Blasio Said East New York’s Rezoning Would Spur Industrial Jobs Boom. That Hasn’t Happened.
City Limits, by David Brand, November 15, 2021

Pandemic inspires second generation to return and revamp family businesses
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, November 11, 2021

Eric Adams Has a New Job. Many of His Constituents Don’t.
The New York Times, by Peter Coy, November 05, 2021

What It Means to Design a Space for ‘Care’
Bloomberg CityLab, by Alexandra Lange, November 04, 2021

Black Tech Entrepreneurs Invest Their Start-Up Hopes in New York
The City, by Greg David, October 28, 2021

JCC selected to be satellite partner for Per Scholas IT training
Staten Island Advance, by Roger Guevara, October 27, 2021

Academic institution opening at the Brooklyn Navy Yard to feed the talent pipeline
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, October 25, 2021

Free tech training to be offered at Joan and Alan Bernikow JCC
Staten Island Advance, by Kayla Simas, October 23, 2021

A Department of Care for New York City
Medium, by Justin Garrett Moore, October 22, 2021

Nonprofit agencies need to create an agenda for NYC’s next administration
New York Nonprofit Media, by Doug Bauer, October 21, 2021

Staten Island Sewer Project Stuck in the Drain for 24 Years as Climate Change Ups Stakes
The City, by Reuven Blau, October 10, 2021

Here’s how businesses can open the tech-job pipeline for New Yorkers with a disability
Crain's New York Business, by Triet Le, October 06, 2021

Controversial tower that houses upgraded Inwood library breaks ground
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, September 28, 2021

Big Tech’s big NYC challenge
New York Daily News, by David R. Jones, September 28, 2021

NYC Media Lab Says NYC Media and Tech Industries Are Strong, But Challenges Exist
NYC Media Lab, by Bill Daddi, September 27, 2021

Can Painted Streets Draw New Yorkers Out of Their Apartments?
Bloomberg CityLab, by Doyinsola Oladipo, September 27, 2021

Google to Spend $2.1 Billion on Manhattan Office Building
The New York Times, by Matthew Haag and Nicole Hong, September 21, 2021

Riverdale restaurant impacted by COVID receives financial boost from PepsiCo
Bronx Times, by Jason Cohen, September 20, 2021

Retailers Rethink Pandemic-Battered Manhattan
The New York Times, by Julie Creswell, September 17, 2021

Commercial Rent Control Proposed Again as NYC Retail Reels From Pandemic
Commercial Observer, by Celia Young, September 16, 2021

New Analysis Details Just How Late and Over-Budget City Infrastructure Projects Run
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, September 14, 2021

How New York City is expanding its life sciences industry
Spectrum News NY1, by Juan Manuel Benitez, September 13, 2021

Facing an uncertain economic recovery, the city can draw lessons from post-9/11 years
Spectrum News NY1, by Ari Ephraim Feldman, September 08, 2021

CUNY students found to face financial struggles besides tuition
The Ticker, by Angelica Tejada, September 04, 2021

Following the floods in the northeastern United States, climate change has been brought to the fore
The Washington Newsday, by George Mackie, September 03, 2021

Climate change blamed for havoc in northeast US floods
Phys.org, by Peter Hutchison and Nicolas Revise, September 03, 2021

Is Brooklyn Leading New York City Out of the Pandemic?
The New York Times, by Nicole Hong, September 01, 2021

Opinion: As College Classes Resume, New York Must Invest in Ending Student Hunger
City Limits, by Haley Schusterman, August 30, 2021

How $400 billion elder care plan could impact WNY’s unpaid caregivers, home care aides
WBFO, by Tom Dinki, August 19, 2021

NYC Loses Jobs as Pandemic Recession Takes Growing Toll on Workers of Color
The City, by Greg David, August 19, 2021

New York Higher Education Experts Are Hopeful that New Governor Kathy Hochul will Continue the State
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, by Hayley Zhao, August 17, 2021

Job readiness 101: CUNY and Bloomberg ink an important workforce development partnership
New York Daily News, by Daily News Editorial Board, August 16, 2021

Delta Variant Casts a Shadow Over Midtown Manhattan’s Shaky Recovery
The New York Times, by Jane Margolies, August 10, 2021

Could Staten Island’s mobile home park be a blueprint for affordable housing in NYC?
Staten Island Advance, by Tracey Porpora, July 31, 2021

Program aims to erase CUNY student debt
Queens Daily Eagle, by Jacob Kaye, July 29, 2021

BWW Exclusive: Bringing Back Broadway, Part 1- Waking the City That Never Sleeps
Broadway World, by Alexa Criscitiello, July 28, 2021

Manhattan’s Fast-Casual Restaurants Aren’t Waiting for Return to Office
Commercial Observer, by Adam Bonislawski, July 27, 2021

À New York, the show must go on!
24 heures, July 25, 2021

Anti-Poverty Organizations Offer Equity Agenda for Next Mayor
Gotham Gazette, by Anna Kaufman, July 23, 2021

MetroFocus: July 22, 2021
PBS THIRTEEN, July 22, 2021

From Staten Island light rail to affordable housing, ideas for fueling pandemic recovery in NYC
Staten Island Advance, by Erik Bascome, July 22, 2021

Cities revisit local currencies to reboot their economies
Cities Today, by Sarah Wray, July 20, 2021

Nonprofit’s Proposal Would Provide Apartments to Homeless CUNY Students
City Limits, by David Brand, July 20, 2021

Good tech jobs can be the key to closing New York’s wealth gap
Crain's New York Business, by Tom Grech and Clyde Vanel, July 19, 2021

25 Ways to Make the Post-Pandemic City More Livable, Prosperous and Just
Curbed, by Carl Swanson, July 19, 2021

The Future Of Cities, The Power Of Change
MediaPost, by Steven Rosenbaum, July 19, 2021

As New York Reopens, It Looks for Culture to Lead the Way
The New York Times, by Michael Paulson, Ben Sisario and Robin Pogrebin, July 17, 2021

2 Sinkholes in a Week Signal Weak Spots in N.Y.C.‘s Aging Infrastructure
The New York Times, by Precious Fondren and Ashley Wong, July 16, 2021

Think Tank Curates 250 Ideas for New York City’s Recovery
Gotham Gazette, by Anna Kaufman, July 16, 2021

Can Rockefeller Center Ever Be Hip?
Curbed, by Kim Velsey, July 16, 2021

Will sex tech lead New York City’s recovery?
Crain's New York Business, by Gabriel Poblete, July 15, 2021

The Center For An Urban Future Has Tons Of Ideas From New Yorkers To Revive NYC’s Economy
Harlem World Magazine, July 15, 2021

$1 Billion Lost, Jobs Cut By Half: NYC’s Arts Industry Amid COVID
Patch, by Kayla Levy, July 14, 2021

New York’s tech sector is growing but so is its brain drain
Crain's New York Business, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, July 14, 2021

New York’s Billion Dollar Problem Hits Brooklyn Artists
Brooklyn Reader, by Miranda Levingston, July 14, 2021

92nd Street Y went global during the pandemic; other nonprofits hope to follow suit
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, July 14, 2021

New York City’s arts organizations have lost nearly $1 billion in income due to pandemic
WSWS, by David Walsh, July 13, 2021

City’s arts industry lost nearly $1 billion during pandemic
Queens Daily Eagle, by Jacob Kaye, July 12, 2021

New York City arts organizations faced close to $1 billion hit from COVID: report
New York Nonprofit Media, by Kay Dervishi, July 12, 2021

A New Report Examines How New York City’s Arts Organizations Are Recovering From The Pandemic
WNYC, by Sean Carlson, July 07, 2021

‘Terrible, Old News’
Inside Higher Ed, by Sara Weissman, July 02, 2021

Nontuition Costs Prevent CUNY Students From Graduating
Inside Higher Ed, by Sara Weissman, June 30, 2021

CUNY Community College Students Need Help Covering Big Costs to Get Back to Class, Study Says
The City, by Claudia Irizarry Aponte, June 28, 2021

New York City Has Been Slow To Vaccinate Homebound Elderly, Causing More Sickness
NPR, by Fred Mogul, June 16, 2021

Combatting ‘chainification’ and food gentrification
Columbia Spectator, by Noah Sheidlower, Charlotte Li, and Andrew Park, June 16, 2021

New York City Workers with Disabilities Fight for Inclusion in Pandemic Recovery, Mayoral Race
Labor Notes, by Emmet Teran, June 10, 2021

Tech industry recruiter on why it might be difficult to secure an entry-level job
Crain's New York Business, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, June 09, 2021

There are 300,000 available jobs in the city—so why is unemployment at 11.4%?
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, June 01, 2021

Op-Ed: Support Asian Americans by supporting our small businesses
QNS, by Sanjeev Jindal, May 28, 2021

New opportunities for Staten Islanders to train and gain employment in fast-growing tech industry
Staten Island Advance, by Giavanni Alves, May 26, 2021

NYC Mayoral Candidates Have Plans for Rejuvenating Retail
Commercial Observer, by Aaron Short, May 25, 2021

Stitching Together A Business In The Garment District During COVID
WNYC, by Beth Fertig, May 21, 2021

Starbucks closing some city locations as it moves to a smaller, pickup model
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, May 19, 2021

CVS signs lease for 512 7th Avenue store
The Real Deal, by Sasha Jones, May 18, 2021

Why Are Some NYC Restaurants Struggling to Find Workers? It’s Complicated…
The City, by Greg David, May 13, 2021

How can NYC build back faster?
City & State, by Annie McDonough, May 12, 2021

NYC mayoral candidates criticised as out of touch for wildly lowballing price of a house in Brooklyn
The Independent, by Clara Hill, May 11, 2021

Tech Takes Over From Finance as Manhattan’s Office Leasing Driver
Commercial Observer, by Tom Acitelli, May 11, 2021

Riverside Park Is Falling Apart
Curbed, by Justin Davidson, May 10, 2021

Tech jobs continued hiring in New York, in spite of Covid
Big News Network, by Robert Besser, May 07, 2021

Tech jobs now outpace all other industries in NYC: report
WPIX 11 New York, by Cristian Benavides, May 04, 2021

Tech Jobs Lead the Way in New York City’s Covid-19 Pandemic Hiring
The Wall Street Journal, by Irene Plagianos, May 02, 2021

New York City budget has pitfalls, critics say
The Bond Buyer, by Paul Burton, April 30, 2021

Mentoring Underrepresented Black and Brown Youth for Careers in Tech
New York Amsterdam News, by David Jones, April 29, 2021

Speeding Up NYC’s Capital Construction Process Could Save $200M Per Year: Report
Commercial Observer, by Rebecca Baird-Remba, April 28, 2021

What is New York City Doing to Prepare Its Workforce for the Post-Pandemic Economy?
Gotham Gazette, by Ethan Geringer-Sameth, April 28, 2021

Report estimates hundreds of millions in potential savings from capital construction reforms
Politico, by Janaki Chadha, April 22, 2021

City Nonprofits Face ‘Financial Catastrophe’ Due to Pandemic’s Demands
Gothamist, by Beth Fertig, April 21, 2021

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