Recent Press

In NYC, Education Remains Paramount in Reducing Economic-Racial Gap, Experts Say
BK Reader, by Anna Bradley-Smith, September 02, 2020

COVID threatens gains for NYC’s minority businesses, study says
New York Post, by Noah Manskar, September 02, 2020

New Report Shows Enormous Wage Gaps Between Black and White Workers in Same Role, Across Sectors
BK Reader, by Anna Bradley-Smith, August 28, 2020

‘I chose to keep going’: Resilience of New York workers tested by pandemic
The Christian Science Monitor, by Sarah Matusek, August 27, 2020

Exhibits A, B and C: Structural racism is very very real
New York Daily News, by Daily News Editorial Board, August 26, 2020

Black New Yorkers face major income and employment gaps
Crain's New York Business, by Brian Pascus, August 24, 2020

White New Yorkers’ Income Exceeds Black New Yorkers’ in Many Industries
The Wall Street Journal, by Kate King, August 24, 2020

Why N.Y.C.’s Future May Hinge on Businesses Outside Manhattan
The New York Times, by Winnie Hu, August 24, 2020

Opinion: Budget Cuts to City Parks This Year Will Worsen Decades of Underinvestment
City Limits, by Roxanne Delgado, August 21, 2020

In WFH world, tech hubs miss magic of the random collision
Chicago Tribune, by Ally Marotti, August 20, 2020

Tren’ness Woods-Black And Others Help NYC’s Immigrant-And Minority-Owned Small Businesses Recover
Harlem World Magazine, August 15, 2020

Fall Brings Second Wave of Uncertainty for Queens Small Business Owners
Queens County Politics, by Clarissa Sosin, August 13, 2020

The future belongs to the upskilled
Daily News, by Julie Samuels and Jukay Hsu, August 09, 2020

Demonstrators call for Cuomo to tax New York’s wealthiest at ‘Barrios not Billionaires’ march
Pix11, by Cristian Benavides, August 09, 2020

Opinion: Trump’s Visa Ban Will Hobble NYC’s Recovery
City Limits, by Brian Kavanagh, August 07, 2020

Powers Pushes to Help Small Businesses
Our Town, by Jason Cohen, August 02, 2020

ATM fees, insult atop NYC injury
Daily News, by Latoya Joyner, August 02, 2020

The End of Housing as We Know It
The New Republic, by Francisco Pérez and Luis Feliz Leon, July 31, 2020

Can this be the end of “end of cities,” please?
Shutdown Corners, July 30, 2020

‘No end in sight’: How NYC is dealing with the growing hunger crisis
6sqft, by Devin Gannon, July 30, 2020

Two Plans Map Path Forward for Devastated New York City Economy
Gotham Gazette, by Andrew Millman, July 30, 2020

How will NYC real estate fare without 65 million tourists?
The Real Deal, by Sasha Jones, July 29, 2020

Broken Air Conditioning Mandates Release from ICE Detention, Attorneys Say
Documented NY, by Max Siegelbaum, July 29, 2020

Early jobs recovery shows ‘tale of two economies’
Crain's New York Business, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, July 28, 2020

Economic Recovery From COVID ‘Harder Than After 9/11,’ Expert Says
The Chief Leader, by Crystal Lewis, July 27, 2020

These businesses lasted decades; the virus closed them for good
The New York Times, by Troy Closson, July 27, 2020

Pandemic Has Dealt a $550M Blow to the City’s Arts and Culture Orgs, Study Finds
Bedford + Bowery, by Zijia Song, July 23, 2020

Bronx hits Great Depression-level unemployment
Crain's New York Business, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, July 22, 2020

City leaders fear urban flight gaining momentum
Crain's New York Business, by Gwen Everett, July 22, 2020

Getting creative to stay afloat: NYC artists consider life without service jobs amid reopening
Fox News, by Frank Miles, July 16, 2020

New York City’s High Line Reopens In A Potential Boost To Local Business
NPR, by Camille Petersen, July 15, 2020

Without waiter jobs, what happens to creative New York?
NBC News, by Associated Press, July 15, 2020

Black Business Owners Hang On Through Covid Crisis as Black Lives Matter Movement Surges
Gotham Gazette, by Melissa Lent, July 13, 2020

Borough presidents demand restoration of senior programming funding following drastic cuts
Bronx Times, by Jason Cohen, July 09, 2020

Undocumented Immigrants In Need Finally Get Promised Pandemic Cash Assistance
Gotham Gazette, by Beth Fertig, July 09, 2020

To survive, NYC retailers are treating average Joe’s like they’re rich
The Real Deal, by TRD New York Staff, July 08, 2020

Calls to cancel rent becomes plea to prevent mass evictions at Jackson Heights protest
QNS, by Angélica Acevedo, July 08, 2020

Retailers Turn to Personal Shoppers, Sidewalks to Win Back Business
Wall Street Journal, by Esther Fung, July 07, 2020

Borough Presidents Band Together to Fight for Senior Services
Queens County Politics, by Clarissa Sosin, July 06, 2020

Developers detail vision for site once targeted for Amazon HQ2
Crain's New York Business, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, June 30, 2020

City Threatens to Exacerbate Affordable Housing Crisis for New York Seniors
Gotham Gazette, by Jolie Milstein, Allison Nickerson & Karen Haycox, June 26, 2020

Brooklyn’s Minority-Owned Businesses Struggle to Bounce Back after COVID-19
BK Reader, by Anna Bradley-Smith, June 26, 2020

Policy Symposium Speaks to Small Businesses in the Time of COVID
Kings County Politics, by Amanda Salazar, June 25, 2020

Miles siguen sin trabajo en la ciudad de Nueva York
Telemundo 47, June 25, 2020

Visa program suspension could hobble tech, health care and finance
Crain's New York Business, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, June 24, 2020

How The Covid-19 Pandemic Has Devastated New York City’s Immigrant Communities
International Business Times, by Palash Ghosh, June 23, 2020

New York’s immigrants facing unemployment, financial crisis: report
NYN Media, by Kay Dervishi, June 22, 2020

A Slow Climb Back Begins as NYC Hits Likely Bottom on Job Losses
The City, by Greg David, June 22, 2020

Half of NYC’s Immigrants are Unemployed Because of the Pandemic, Report Finds
The City, by Claudia Irizarry Aponte and Christine Chung, June 21, 2020

When Rich New Yorkers Fled, These Workers Kept the City Running
New York Times, by Winnie Hu and Nate Schweber, June 16, 2020

Hotels battered by pandemic face rift over safety rules
Crain's New York Business, by Bloomberg, June 15, 2020

Why the Coronavirus Could Tie the Final Knot for Brooks Brothers’ Queens Factory
NY1, by Clodagh McGowan, June 12, 2020

NYC Hotels Battered by Pandemic Face Rift Over Safety Rules
Bloomberg, by Patrick Clark, June 12, 2020

A Wave of Legislation Aimed at Renters and Small Biz
City Limits, by Sadef Ali Kully, June 11, 2020

Gov. Cuomo says no end in sight for NYC’s overnight subway shutdown for coronavirus cleaning
New York Daily News, by Clayton Guse, June 08, 2020

‘A big test’: Hard-hit New York City begins reopening
ABC News, by Jennifer Peltz, June 08, 2020

All eyes on NYC as phase one of reopening begins
Fox 5 NY, by Associated Press, June 08, 2020

Phase One Reopening: What NYC Will Look Like Monday
NY1, by Michael Herzenberg, June 05, 2020

Meet the financial doctor who nurses wounded small businesses back to health
Crain's New York Business, by Aaron Elstein, June 04, 2020

De Blasio Offers No Transit Plans as City Heads Toward ‘Reopening’
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, June 03, 2020

Looters cost NYC businesses ‘tens of millions,’ experts estimate
New York Post, by Noah Manskar and Natalie Musumeci, June 03, 2020

Amazon, Facebook hire locally as startups struggle
Crain's New York Business, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, June 03, 2020

H&M sued for $4M in unpaid rent at Herald Square flagship
Crain's New York Business, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, June 03, 2020

Commissioner Jonnel Doris Talks Small Businesses as Phase I of Reopening Beckons
Norwood News, by Síle Moloney, June 01, 2020

Pandemic: Lockdowns Changing Real Estate Landscape As NY Faces Existential Crisis
The Jewish Voice, by Rusty Brooks, May 27, 2020

Majority of Startups Consider Downsizing Offices, Survey Finds
Commercial Observer, by Nicholas Rizzi, May 26, 2020

Inside the secluded and intimate New York studios of famous artists
CNN, by Michael-Oliver Harding, May 25, 2020

How this startup nailed down $75M in VC funding via Zoom
Crain's New York Business, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, May 22, 2020

Pandemic could spell disruption for Midtown South’s tech scene
Crain's New York Business, by C. J. Hughes, May 22, 2020

Study Finds Low-Income Communities Hit Hard By COVID-19 Are Also Suffering Financially
CBS New York, May 22, 2020

What Could the Future of NYC Tourism Look Like?
City Guide, by City Guide News Desk, May 22, 2020

Brooklyn’s Oversupplied Office Market Is Ready To Welcome Manhattan Satellites
Bisnow, by Miriam Hall, May 21, 2020

Data Shows Norwood Among NYC Areas Most Impacted by Pandemic
Norwood News, by Síle Moloney & David Greene, May 21, 2020

Majority of NYC workers in hard-hit retail, restaurant industry live in low-income neighborhoods
6Sqft, by Devin Gannon, May 20, 2020

There Goes the Neighborhood
Wall Street Journal, by Terry Teachout, May 20, 2020

An impossible comeback? The small New York shops trying to survive.
Christian Science Monitor, by Hillary Chura, May 20, 2020

Workers in hardest-hit industries also live in poorer neighborhoods: study
QNS, by Mark Hallum, May 19, 2020

Queens Neighborhoods Where Residents Work in the Restaurant, Retail and Tourist Industries Hit Hard
Sunnyside Post, by Michael Dorgan, May 19, 2020

Brooklyn nonprofits feel financial pinch as demand for services escalates
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Raanan Geberer, May 15, 2020

Brooklyn nonprofits feel financial pinch as demand for services escalates
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Raanan Geberer, May 15, 2020

Class A Meet Plan B: How the Coronavirus Could Impact NYC’s Newly Built Office Space
Commercial Observer, by Nicholas Rizzi, May 14, 2020

Frontline workers serving NYC’s most vulnerable still lack hazard pay from city and state
Queens Daily Eagle, by David Brand, May 13, 2020

Queens Community House projects $1 million loss as nonprofits across New York City brace for financi
QNS, by Robert Pozarycki, May 11, 2020

Cash-strapped New York cultural institutions continue to slash jobs, exhibition funding
The Architect's Newspaper, by Matt Hickman, May 11, 2020

Three Children Have Died in New York of Illness Linked to Virus
New York Times, May 09, 2020

Could a Public Works Program Save New York City’s Economy?
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, May 08, 2020

‘We’re open for them’: The small shops in New York trying to stay afloat
The Christian Science Monitor, by Hillary Chura, May 07, 2020

Will Big Cities Survive the Pandemic?
The Patriot Post, by Arnold Ahlert, May 07, 2020

“How Are We Going to Look Back on This Time?” Oral Historians Record Daily Life During COVID-19.
Mother Jones, by Molly Schwartz, May 04, 2020

Keys to ‘Inclusive Economic Recovery’ in New York City Include Investments in CUNY and Workforce Dev
Gotham Gazette, by Katie Kirker, May 04, 2020

How coronavirus crisis exposes tech and data gaps
Bond Buyer, by Paul Burton, May 01, 2020

CO Conference: Midtown Landlords Prepare for ‘the New Abnormal’
Commercial Observer, by Chava Gourarie, April 30, 2020

New Jobless Hope Seeds of Tourism Can Be Resown in Big Apple
New York Times, April 30, 2020

Coronavirus Expediting Pace of Internet Influence on Our Lives
Newsmax, by Larry Bell, April 29, 2020

‘We literally couldn’t fundraise’: Why wealthy VCs won’t save struggling startups
Fast Company, by Mark Sullivan, April 29, 2020

Half of all Queens restaurants may not survive coronavirus, says Chamber president
Queens Daily Eagle, by Victoria Merlino, April 29, 2020

As Coronavirus Shutdown Goes On, Increasing Concern About Senior Isolation
Gotham Gazette, by Katie Kirker, April 28, 2020

NYC Could Lose ‘Sizable Portion’ of Tech Startups Due to Coronavirus Pandemic
Commercial Observer, by Nicholas Rizzi, April 28, 2020

New York’s Economic Recovery Depends On Federal Funding That Might Not Arrive
Bisnow, by Kelsey Neubauer, April 27, 2020

City tech firms can’t pay rent either
Crain's New York Business, by Ryan Deffenbaugh, April 27, 2020

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