Recent Press

Here are real estate’s tech disruptors
The Real Deal, by Konrad Putzier, February 02, 2018

Queens healthcare workers have some of the longest & slowest commutes in NYC
QNS, by Emily Davenport, February 02, 2018

Health care workers, patients suffering because of train, bus woes, study finds
amNewYork, by Ivan Pereira, February 01, 2018

Healthcare workers bear brunt of city’s transit woes: Report
Metro US, by Nikki M. Mascali, February 01, 2018

Healthcare Workers Bear the Brunt of NYC’s Transit Failures
Streetsblog New York City, by David Meyer, February 01, 2018

Commuting Crisis Disrupts Home Care in Big Apple
Home Health Care News, by Amy Baxter, February 01, 2018

MTA crisis hits healthcare workers hard
Fox 5 New York, by Mac King, February 01, 2018

Healthcare Workers Demand Transit Upgrades, Back Congestion Pricing
CBS New York, by CBS 2 News, February 01, 2018

City’s health workers face longest commutes, report finds
Crain's New York Business, by Jonathan LaMantia, January 31, 2018

For Health Care Workers, the Worst Commutes in New York City
New York Times, by Winnie Hu, January 31, 2018

How to Grow: the Challenge of Scaling up a Small Business
The Bridge Brooklyn Business News, by Stephen Koepp, January 31, 2018

NYC To Spend $1 Billion On Water
Water Online, by Sara Jerome, January 31, 2018

Toys “R” Us is closing two NYC stores
The Real Deal, by The Real Deal Staff, January 24, 2018

Just 25% of CNY Community College Students Graduate in 3 years, but That’s not the Whole Story
WAER Syracuse University 88.3, by Chris Bolt & John Smith , January 22, 2018

Number of Chain Stores Grows in the Bronx Again
Norwood News, by Reggie Francois, January 18, 2018

NYC job market will be radically reshaped by automation, report says
amNewYork, by Sarina Trangle, January 08, 2018

Report: 1 in 10 New York City jobs at risk of becoming ‘largely automated’
Politico, by Dana Rubinstein, January 08, 2018

The robots are coming for your job—but not all of it
Crain's New York Business, by Will Bredderman , January 08, 2018

National chains make inroads in boro: Study
Times Ledger, by Gina Martinez, January 07, 2018

Chain drugstores are closing like loopy in NYC
Kaplan Herald, by Kaplan Contributor, January 05, 2018

Chain businesses keep growing in Queens
Queens Chronicle, by Ryan Brandy, January 05, 2018

The State of National Retailers in NYC; Dunkin’ Donuts Tops The List Again
EV Grieve, by EV Grieve Staff, January 04, 2018

Resale activity is up for condos impacted by the new tax bill
The Real Deal, by Chava Gourarie, January 03, 2018

National chains continue to dominate New York’s retail scene
Real Estate Weekly, by Kyle Campbell, January 03, 2018

Report: Amount of chain stores growing in Brooklyn
News 12 Brooklyn, by News 12 Brooklyn Staff, January 03, 2018

Number of chain stores decreased on Staten Island in 2017, study says
Staten Island Advance, by Tracey Porpora, January 03, 2018

Holidays lift retailers, but hangover awaits
Crain's New York Business, by Aaron Elstein, January 02, 2018

2017 Was Worse Than You Think
Watertown Daily Times, by Watertown Daily Times Staff, January 02, 2018

Despite Industry Tumult, National Retail Chains Growing In NYC
Globe St.com, by John Jordan, January 02, 2018

Lower East Side Is Not Seeing More Chain Stores, Even as Mom-and-Pops Fold
The Lo-Down, December 29, 2017

Chain stores increase foothold in Brooklyn, study finds
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Paula Katinas, December 29, 2017

Which chain stores opened and closed the most locations in Queens this year?
Queens News, by Angela Matua, December 29, 2017

Dunkin Donuts top NYC chain for 10 years running: Report
Metro, by Nikki M. Mascali, December 29, 2017

NYC’s Retail Chains Feel Headwinds Despite Growing Presence: Report
Commercial Observer, by Rey Mashayekhi, December 29, 2017

Coffee’s in, shoes are out as New York’s retail sector competes with online shopping, report finds
Politico, by Sally Goldenberg, December 29, 2017

Center for an Urban Future annual report finds most chain retailers struggling in city
amNewYork, by Sarina Trangle, December 28, 2017

Chain drugstores are closing like crazy in NYC
New York Post, by Lisa Fickenscher, December 28, 2017

Graduation rate at CSI lags behind Wagner and St. John’s
Staten Island Advance, by Thomas Erik Bascome, December 28, 2017

The Year of Living Angrily
New York Times , by Ginia Bellafante , December 28, 2017

Despite some weak links, chain stores continue city expansion
Crain's New York Business, by Aaron Elstein, December 28, 2017

For the ninth consecutive year, Dunkin’ Donuts ranks as NYC’s largest national retailer
6sqft, by Devin Gannon , December 28, 2017

Free SUNY tuition clouded by fine print
Luxora Leader , by Staff Writer , December 28, 2017

Study: Only 26 percent of community college students in Finger Lakes graduate in 3 years
News10NBC, by WHEC News Staff, December 27, 2017

Study shows just 26% of community college students in Finger Lakes graduate in 3 years
WXXI News, by Caitlin Whyte , December 27, 2017

Report: ECC has third lowest graduation rate for community colleges in New York
The Buffalo News, by Jay Tokasz , December 22, 2017

Claim DOE Adult Ed. Program Deteriorating Under Superintendent
The Chief Leader, by Crystal Lewis , December 19, 2017

Study reveals students struggle to graduate at CUNY
Times Ledger, by Naeisha Rose, December 14, 2017

Rise & Shine: How does the city decide which struggling ‘Renewal’ schools to close?
Chalkbeat, by Alex Zimmerman , December 14, 2017

Council speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito releases proposals to bolster retail sector
amNewYork, by Sarina Trangle and Ivan Pereira, December 14, 2017

Getting to the Degree
WNYC: The Brian Lehrer Show , by Brian Lehrer, December 13, 2017

New York education leaders urge flexibility in free tuition program
Albany Times Union , by Bethany Bump, December 13, 2017

A slam dunk for opportunity: Boosting CUNY should be a no-brainer
Daily News, by Errol Lewis, December 12, 2017

The Gift of Tech
Forbes, by Gabriel Horwitz , December 11, 2017

New study shows only 30.8 percent of Staten Island residents have a bachelor’s degree
Staten Island Advance, by Tracey Porpora, December 11, 2017

Report: Community College Students Failing to Graduate
NY1 News, by Road to City Hall, December 11, 2017

Study finds low grad rates for Brooklyn public college students
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Paula Katinas, December 07, 2017

CUNY Should Further Boost Its Graduation Rates, Report Says
Wall Street Journal , by Leslie Brody, December 06, 2017

Rise & Shine: New York City is expanding its integration program
Chalkbeat, by Monica Disare , December 06, 2017

Diagnosing NYC’s Vacant Storefront Problem
City Limits, by Abigail Savitch-Lew, December 06, 2017

City Council, Outside Experts Push De Blasio Administration on ‘Career Pathways’
Gotham Gazette, by Ben Brachfeld, November 29, 2017

City Council Ends Term with Flurry of Oversight Hearings
Gotham Gazette , by Grace Dixon, November 20, 2017

New York Awaiting the “Night Mayor”
Village Voice , by Roshan Abraham, November 17, 2017

How Will the Threat of Vehicular Terrorism Change Our Cities?
Architectural Digest, by Guelda Voien , November 14, 2017

Holland & Knight Partner Stuart Saft Honored by New York’s Center for an Urban Future
Holland & Knight, by Holland & Knight, November 09, 2017

New York City is Becoming Fast Food Capital of America and Chick-Fil-A Chains are Rising
Newsweek, by Maria Perez, November 09, 2017

Election winners and losers | Parking app | NYC falling apart | Voter turnout
Crain's New York Business, by Erik Engquist, November 08, 2017

New York City once repelled fast-food chains. Now it is their hottest market
Crain's New York Business, by Aaron Elstein , November 06, 2017

Mayor Bill de Bloombio: The last two mayors couldn’t be less alike in profile—but do most New Yorker
Daily News , by Chris Smith , November 06, 2017

Women in Business Q&A: Jennifer Gootman, VP Social Consciousness and Innovation, West Elm
HuffPost, by Laura Emily Dunn, November 03, 2017

NYCHA’s Private Lifeline
The Real Deal , by Konrad Putzier , November 02, 2017

De Blasio’s Record on Jobs and The Economy
Gotham Gazette , by Samar Khurshid, October 24, 2017

Job programs focus on big players to the detriment of small businesses: report
Crain's New York Business, by Will Bredderman, October 23, 2017

Insider the Malliotakis bid | Mayor’s congestion plan | Jobs program fail | PR boom
Crain's New York Business, by Erik Engquist, October 23, 2017

City job programs not reaching small business, report finds
Crain's New York Business, by Will Bredderman, October 23, 2017

Top City Electeds Skip Letter Wooing Amazon
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, October 20, 2017

Point- Counterpoint: Should New York City Host Amazon’s New Headquarters?
City & State NY, by Adam Friedman, Serkan Piantino and James Parrott, October 17, 2017

English Classes Give West African Immigrants a New Lease on Life
NY City Lens , by Ashley Okwuosa, October 10, 2017

Nine Blocks Of Manhattan Closed By Water Main Break
Water Online, by Sara Jerome, October 10, 2017

Why CRE Should Want The Wall (No, Not THAT One)
BISNOW, by Cameron Sperance, September 21, 2017

Experts Analyze Mayor De Blasio’s Jobs Plan
Gotham Gazette , by Samar Khurshid, September 21, 2017

NYC: The new capital of fast-food nation
Crain's New York , by Aaron Elstein, September 21, 2017

Schneiderman Announces Walgreens To Buy Fewer Rite Aids, For Competition’s Sake
Gothamist , by David Colon, September 20, 2017

How Millennial Artists Are Pursuing Their Passions While Working Full Time Jobs
Forbes, by Trina Mannino, September 20, 2017

Toys “R” Us files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
The Real Deal: New York Real Estate News, by Unknown, September 20, 2017

Bodega startup aims to replace beloved corner stores and NYers are not OK with it
amNewYork, by Colter Hettich and Ivan Pereira , September 14, 2017

Home at Last in NYC
Insider Higher Ed, by Rick Seltzer, September 13, 2017

Female founders are spearheading Atlanta’s transformation into a tech hub
Venturebeat, by Holly Beilin , August 31, 2017

What Should Be Done with America’s Abandoned Malls?
Architectural Digest, by Guelda Voien, August 31, 2017

Growing Old in America
Little India, by Zofeen Maqsood, August 25, 2017

Will cities adapt when automation reshapes the job market?
Curbed, by Patrick Sisson, August 22, 2017

Village is losing artists to Brooklyn, Bronx due to a ‘surging economy’
The Villager, August 17, 2017

Report reveals staggering new details on NYC capital project delays
The Architect's Newspaper, by Andrew David, August 08, 2017

Bronx borough president to high school grads
Chalkbeat, by Christina Veiga , July 29, 2017

Aging New York Immigrants Confront Shortage of ‘Culturally Appropriate’ Services
Voice of America, by Ramon Taylor, July 26, 2017

JFK Cargo Shipments Drop More Than 20%
Wall Street Journal, by Melanie Grayce West, July 25, 2017

NYC Has More Artists Than Ever
CityLab, by Richard Florida, July 25, 2017

Local coffee shops holding their own against Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts, report says
amNewYork, by Sarina Trangle, July 24, 2017

Starbucks outrage boils over on Avenue A
The Villager, by Scott R. Axelrod, July 21, 2017

New Workspaces Coming Soon For Artists In Gowanus And Sunset Park
BKLYNER, by By Pamela Wong, July 19, 2017

First-Ever New York City Cultural Plan Calls for Funding Institutions in Underserved Communities
ARTnews, by David Freedlander, July 19, 2017

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