Recent Press

Study shows Bronx not getting its share of city’s private sector jobs
New York Daily News, by Benjamin Peim, July 07, 2009

The Malaise-Proofing of Michael Bloomberg
New York Observer, by Jason Horowitz, July 07, 2009

Is urban policy on the back burner?
Politico, by Nia-Malika Henderson, July 06, 2009

Brooklyn Registers Modest Private-Sector Job Recovery
The Brooklyn Eagle, July 01, 2009

Study sees New York City as coming HIT hub
Government Health IT, July 01, 2009

NYC Could Be Hub for Nationwide Health IT Expansion, Study Says
iHealthBeat, June 30, 2009

New Study: Health IT Sector Could Be Key to Boosting City’s Economy
New York Observer/New York Future Initiative, by Joe Pompeo, June 30, 2009

Report: New York poised to be healthcare IT hub
Healthcare IT News, by Molly Merrill, June 30, 2009

Study: NYC’s health-tech sector holds promise
Crain's New York Business, by Kara Bindrim, June 29, 2009

How Health Records Could Promote Job Growth
New York Times City Room Blog, by Patrick McGeehan, June 29, 2009

NYC Talent Pool Is Key to Recovery
GlobeSt.com, by Paul Bubny, June 24, 2009

Real Estate, Take Notice! Manhattan’s Share of Private-Sector Jobs Declines, Brooklyn’s Increases
The New York Observer, by Molly Fischer, June 17, 2009

Manhattan’s Share of NYC Jobs Falling
Bloomberg News, by Henry Goldman, June 17, 2009

Manhattan Job Market Loses Ground
New York Times City Room Blog, by A.G. Sulzberger, June 17, 2009

Brooklyn Gains Private-Sector Jobs; Manhattan Shows Decline
The Brooklyn Eagle, June 17, 2009

Goldman May Get $321 Million on Missed Trade Center Deadlines
Bloomberg News, by David M. Levitt, June 12, 2009

Cuts Could Place City Libraries at Bottom
Gotham Gazette, June 02, 2009

Experts say boro will grow
Times Ledger, by Jeremy Walsh, May 28, 2009

Unlike in 2007 Report, Bloomberg Now Silent on Regulation
City Hall News, by Sal Gentile, May 28, 2009

NYU Panels Calls for Silicon Alley Revival
Internetnews.com, by Alex Goldman, May 18, 2009

Can Brooklyn keep its mojo?
Crain's New York Business, by Miriam Kreinin Souccar, May 18, 2009

Recession Culture
New York Magazine, by Jennifer Senior, May 10, 2009

New South Bronx mall brings Gateway to change
Crain's New York Business, by Hilary Potkewitz, May 02, 2009

Real estate: Is it time to buy?
Time Out New York Kids, by Carole Braden, May 01, 2009

New York Lags Several Cities in Certified Green Buildings—Surprising, Right?
The New York Observer, by Eliot Brown, April 30, 2009

NYC celebrates Immigrant Heritage Week
Asian Journal, April 30, 2009

Experts push immigrant biz
Astoria Times, by Anna Gustafson, April 30, 2009

NYC buildings less green than most
Crain's New York Business, by Amanda Fung, April 29, 2009

As workplace literacy gap grows, survey finds need for more English classes for Central New York imm
The Syracuse Post-Standard, by Rick Moriarty, April 26, 2009

Empowered through English - ESL on Long Island (video)
Long Island WINS via YouTube, April 24, 2009

Lost in America, Found on a Field
The Washington Post, by Steven V. Roberts, April 19, 2009

Survey: Newcomers face workplace language barrier
Utica Observer-Dispatch, by Rebecca Croniser, April 13, 2009

Survey: Many businesses hire employees with limited English language ability
The Central New York Business Journal, by Eric Reinhardt, April 13, 2009

Breaking the Feast or Famine Tax Cycle
Gotham Gazette, by Mae Watson Grote, April 06, 2009

Small Business: Suffering in Good Times and Bad
Gotham Gazette, by Jillian Jonas, March 30, 2009

Beyond Wall Street: How the fiscal crisis yields new opportunities
AM New York, by Rolando Pujol, March 22, 2009

Bronx boro’s bus & subway lines overloaded with new commuters - report
New York Daily News, by Dorian Block, March 16, 2009

Brooklyn’s Franklin Ave. train gets ‘C’ for long waits & delays
New York Daily News, by Sarah Kaufman & Veronika Belenkaya, March 16, 2009

Hope on the Horizon?
New York Post, by Virginia Backaitis, March 16, 2009

Smith’s doomsday Dems: State Senate leaders must act to save the MTA
New York Daily News, by Editorials, March 15, 2009

Bus ridership booming as transit officials eye route cuts
New York Daily News, by Lisa Colangelo, March 11, 2009

Subway and bus ridership balloons
The Queens Courier, by Noah Rosenberg, March 11, 2009

Transit Overload for Brooklyn
Brownstoner, March 11, 2009

F train subway stop at Lexington Ave. and 63rd St sees 777% growth in riders in last decade
New York Daily News, by Pete Donohue, March 10, 2009

These Stops Are Rail Hot
New York Post, by Tom Namako, March 10, 2009

Outer borough riders cram subways: report
Metro, by Patrick Arden, March 10, 2009

Harlem, Boroughs Win
WNYC News Blog, March 09, 2009

Away from the Gated Community
National Review Online, by Ramesh Ponnuru & Reihan Salam, March 09, 2009

Public transportation growing rapidly across nation, including on Staten Island
Staten Island Advance, March 09, 2009

Report: Most Subway Stops More Crowded Since ‘98, Some Ridiculously So
The Village Voice Blog, by Roy Edroso, March 09, 2009

Subway traffic
Ditmas Park Blog, by Ben Smith, March 09, 2009

Urban Inequality Could Get Worse
Forbes.com, by Joel Kotkin, March 03, 2009

Now, recession hits New Yorkers
NDTV, March 03, 2009

Obama budget impact: It’s like Christmas in February for New York
New York Daily News, by David Saltonstall, February 26, 2009

Kicking the middle class
Metro NY, by Neil deMause, February 23, 2009

Bloomberg: Wrong Mayor, Wrong City, Wrong Time
The Nation - Blog, by Richard Kim, February 18, 2009

Op-Ed: A State Grab on NYC Hou$ing
New York Post, by William C. Thompson, February 17, 2009

CEO Compensation & Public Anger
CNBC Reports, February 11, 2009

Middle class’ cost challenge
New York Daily News, by Lisa Colangelo, February 11, 2009

You need more green to live in Queens
Queens Times Ledger, by Philip Newman, February 11, 2009

NYC’s Ailing Middle: High Costs Prompting Exodus
New York Post, by Fred Siegel, February 10, 2009

New Cheap City!
New York Observer, by Oliver Haydock, February 09, 2009

Middle Class Blues in a City of Extremes
City Limits, by David Giles, February 09, 2009

It Takes 6 Figures to Be Middle Class in New York City
U.S. News & World Report, by Kimberly Castro, February 09, 2009

Report: More U.S.- born residents moving off Staten Island than moving on
Staten Island Advance, by Peter N. Spencer, February 08, 2009

Watch your wallets
Newsday, February 08, 2009

NYC, London vie for the bottom
Crain's New York Business, by Daniel Massey, February 08, 2009

Study: Middle Class In NYC = Six Figure Income
WCBS-TV, by Hazel Sanchez, February 07, 2009

A blue-collar boro shifts gears
New York Daily News, by Lisa L. Colangelo, February 06, 2009

Commute Times in Weiner Land Lag as Bus Ridership Booms
StreetsBlog, by Brad Aaron, February 06, 2009

Big Apple Living Comes at a Big Price
1010 WINS, February 06, 2009

Facing Crunch, NYC’s Middle Class Flees
CBS News, February 06, 2009

Report: NYC Most Expensive City To Live In, Hands Down
WPIX, by Mary Schultz, February 06, 2009

It’s Tough Out There for a Middle-Class New Yorker
Brownstoner, February 06, 2009

Shocking News: The Middle Class Has It a Lot Harder Here Than Anywhere Else
New York Magazine/Daily Intel Blog, by Chris Rovzar, February 06, 2009

Study: Middle Class Drop
Metro, by Amy Zimmer, February 06, 2009

You Try to Live on 500K in This Town
The New York Times, by Allen Salkin, February 06, 2009

Study: Canarsie workers must deal with one of nation’s longest commutes
New York Daily News, by Jeff Wilkins, February 06, 2009

$50K In Houston Equals $123K in NYC, Study Finds
Gothamist, by John Del Signore, February 06, 2009

Time to Get Tough
New York Post, February 06, 2009

Questioning the Future for the Middle Class
The New York Times City Room Blog, by Sewell Chan, February 06, 2009

NYC So Costly You Need to Earn Six Figures to Make Middle Class
New York Daily News, by Elizabeth Hays, February 06, 2009

City to Middle Class: Just Not That Into You
The Real Estate Blog/New York Observer, by Oliver Haydock, February 05, 2009

New York Flight
WNYC, by Arun Venugopal, February 05, 2009

New York City Datapoint of the Day
Portfolio Market Movers Blog, by Felix Salmon, February 05, 2009

Middle Class Being Squeezed Out Of The City, Study Finds
New York 1, February 05, 2009

City faces middle-class exodus
Crain's New York Business, by Daniel Massey, February 05, 2009

New York Should End Its Obsession With Manhattan
Forbes, by Joel Kotkin, February 03, 2009

Area 51 (interview with CUF Director Jonathan Bowles and CUF Deputy Director Tara Colton)
WNYC, by The Brian Lehrer Show, January 22, 2009

Paying Attention to Cities
Gotham Gazette, by Jonathan Bowles, January 21, 2009

Small businesses in Park Slope socked by economic downturn
New York Daily News, by Sarah R. Kaufman and Veronika Belenkaya, January 19, 2009

Urban Futurists Offer Obama Advice
The Village Voice, by Elizabeth Dwoskin, January 14, 2009

51 Things Obama Can Do for New York
The New York Times City Room Blog, by Sewell Chan, January 13, 2009

Emerging Industries: Stimulus 2.0
Crain's New York Business, by Clark Merrefield, January 13, 2009

LaGuardia hatches design incubator
Crain's New York Business, by Hilary Potkewitz, January 11, 2009

In New York, No Crisis for Niche Manufacturers
The New York Times, by Christine Haughney, January 10, 2009

And what a year it was The Bronx saw its share of high drama, low comedy in 2008
New York Daily News, by Daily News Staff Writers, December 28, 2008

Former Bankers Turn to a Creative Plan B
The New York Times, by Hannah Seligson, December 26, 2008

The Ellis Island Economy
Next American City, by Hamida Kinge, December 21, 2008

The Jewel Box of Union Square
The New York Times, by Caroline H. Dworin, December 19, 2008

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