Recent Press

Fort Worth is crushing it when it comes to women-owned businesses
Culture Map Fort Worth, by Lindsey Wilson, March 03, 2016

Memphis leads nation’s largest cities in women-owned business growth
The Commercial Appeal, by Kevin McKenzie and Kayleigh Skinner , March 03, 2016

Bronx Women-Owned Businesses Skyrocket by More Than 50 Percent, Report Says
DNAinfo, by Eddie Small, March 03, 2016

Atlanta No. 3 U.S. city for growth of women-owned businesses
Atlanta Business Journal, by Ellie Hensley, March 02, 2016

New York Women In Tech Boost The City’s Economy
Forbes, by Bonnie Marcus, March 02, 2016

Women-Owned Businesses in Brooklyn Soar 39 Percent in 5 Years, Study Shows
DNAinfo, by Nikhita Venugopal , March 02, 2016

Report: Female-founded start-ups get less funding
The News & Observer, March 01, 2016

Women entrepreneurs on a dramatic rise in NYC over past 5 years: Study
Metro, by Angy Altamirano, March 01, 2016

N.Y.C.‘s female-founded start-ups receive a small fraction of VC funding
New York Business Journal, by Anthony Noto, March 01, 2016

Study: Women-owned businesses growing at 62% in Houston
Houston Chronicle, by Emma Hinchliffe, March 01, 2016

Study: New York’s a Good Town for Female Entrepreneurs
WNYC, by Ilya Marritz, March 01, 2016

Women entrepreneurs outnumber men in New York City, says new survey
Real Estate Weekly, March 01, 2016

Female Startups in New York City Are Increasing
Wall Street Journal, by Corinne Ramey, February 29, 2016

Urban Legend: Why Times Square (Still) Matters
New York Observer, by Kim Velsey, February 24, 2016

Bad Perms and Chill Vibes: Photographing Staten Island in the 1980s
City Lab, by Jessica Leigh Hester, February 23, 2016

In Departure from Predecessors, De Blasio Administration Overhauls City Welfare System
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, February 19, 2016

State pours subsidies into Staten Island outlet mall
Politico New York, by Jimmy Vielkind, February 15, 2016

Report: Optimism toward owning a home dwindling amid rising prices, stagnant wages
Construction Dive, by Kim Slowey, February 11, 2016

Americans Less Optimistic About Owning a Home
Realtor, by Clare Trapasso, February 08, 2016

The City’s Next Steps to Ensure Vibrant, Creative Communities
Gotham Gazette, by Adam Forman, February 03, 2016

Chains Grow in Bronx; Dunkin Takes the Lead
Bronx Times, by Madeline Anthony, January 26, 2016

Sweet’N Low to End Brooklyn Production After Nearly 60 Years
Associated Press, by Deepti Hajela, January 17, 2016

Brooklyn Sweet’N Low HQ Will Lay Off All 320 Factory Workers
Gothamist, by Emma Whitford, January 12, 2016

Don’t believe what they say, believe what they do
Crain's New York, by Greg David, January 11, 2016

Starbucks nears deal for new roastery in Meatpacking District
The Real Deal, by Mark Maurer, January 11, 2016

Sweet’N Low factory closing, 300 jobs to be cut
New York Business Journal, by Teresa Novellino, January 11, 2016

The Week Ahead in New York Politics, January 11
Gotham Gazette, by Ben Max, January 10, 2016

Sweet’N Low workers lash out at soon-to-be-former employer
Politico New York, by Dana Rubinstein, January 09, 2016

Sweet’N Low no longer to be manufactured in Brooklyn
Politico New York, by Dana Rubinstein, January 08, 2016

The New Fundraising Landscape | Budgets & Funding
Library Journal, by Lisa Peet, January 06, 2016

E.V. still among tops for chain stores
The Villager, by Yannick Rack, December 31, 2015

Editorial: Assessing How the Bronx Fared This Year
Norwood News, December 31, 2015

Bronx braced for a retail boom as prices draw developers to an untapped market
Real Estate Weekly, by Dan Orlando, December 30, 2015

Our Take: The State of the Chains
Straus Media, December 29, 2015

Made in America movement
Fox 5 News, by Stacey Delikat, December 29, 2015

Chain stores go for quality, not quantity as growth slows in NYC
Real Estate Weekly, by Dan Orlando, December 29, 2015

2015 means closing time for these iconic restaurants
New York Post, by Jennifer Gould Keil , December 27, 2015

Death in the Trades Towers: Where the elderly poor come to live—and die
The Huntsville Times, by Amy Yurkanin, December 27, 2015

Surprises From 2015, and Reasons for Hope
The New York Times, by Ginia Bellafonte, December 25, 2015

The Rent Is Still Too Damn High: Zaro’s Shuttering Bronx Outpost After 56 Years
Commercial Observer, by Terence Cullen, December 24, 2015

30 chain store locations closed on Staten Island in 2015
Staten Island Advance, by Tracey Porpora, December 23, 2015

Sheepshead Bay Among Top 10 Brooklyn Neighborhoods With The Most National Franchises
Sheepshead Bites, by Alex Ellefson, December 23, 2015

NYC’s Most Ubiquitous Chain Is…
Gothamist, by Nell Casey, December 23, 2015

10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today (December 22, 2015)
National Real Estate Investor, by Elaine Misonzhnik, December 22, 2015

Retail Chains See Slow Growth in NYC
Commercial Observer, by Liam La Guerre, December 22, 2015

Coffee giants continue to dominate the city’s retail market
Crain's New York Business, by Daniel Geiger, December 22, 2015

Retail Chains See Slow Growth in NYC
New York Observer, by Liam La Guerre, December 22, 2015

30 chain store locations closed on Staten Island in 2015
Staten Island Advance, by Tracey Porpora, December 22, 2015

10 Must Reads for the CRE Industry Today
National Real Estate Investor, by Elaine Misonzhnik, December 22, 2015

One Couple Is Documenting Every Vanishing Storefront in New York
New York Observer, by Amanda Manning , December 18, 2015

15 Jobs with the Most Growth in the Next Decade
National Journal, by J. Weston Phippen, December 11, 2015

Opinion: A Creative Solution to City Libraries’ Financial Woes
City & State, by Jonathan Bowles, December 09, 2015

Critics question the need, size of subsidies at World Trade Center
POLITICO New York, by Dana Rubinstein, December 09, 2015

Now that artists can’t afford the Arts District, L.A. needs to rethink its role as a creative city
Los Angeles Times, by Carolina A. Miranda, December 08, 2015

From Patchwork to Network: Taking a wide view on infrastructure
Library Journal , by Rebecca T. Miller , December 07, 2015

The Ties That Bind
City Journal, by Adam White , December 02, 2015

What Does Parental Leave Look Like in NYC’s Silicon Alley?
City Limits, by Annamarya Scaccia , December 02, 2015

Assessing City Library Expansion After Budget Boost
Gotham Gazette , by Meg O'Connor, November 27, 2015

Using Supply Chains to Grow Your Business
Harvard Business Review, by Daniel Isenberg and Timothy Coates, November 20, 2015

Hipsters or Height? Brooklyn-the-Brand Versus Brooklyn-the-Megacity
Brownstoner, by Barbara Eldredge, November 17, 2015

As Lives Lengthen, Costs Mount
New York Times, by John Leland, November 13, 2015

The Brooklyn Museum Should Evict the Brooklyn Real Estate Summit
Artnet News, by Ben Davis , November 09, 2015

First Look at the Innovative Cinema School Designed to Drive the Future of Brooklyn Film
Brownstoner, by Barbara Eldredge, November 09, 2015

New York City’s Growing Creative Sector Faces Ongoing Challenges
Metrofocus, November 06, 2015

Contradictions of the Creative Economy
The Clyde Fitch Report, by Ken Tabachnick, November 04, 2015

With Bronx Businesses Under Siege, A Bill to Stabilize Commercial Tenant Leases
Norwood News, by David Cruz, November 03, 2015

Opening of All-Decaf Coffee Shop in Manhattan Met with Horror, Outrage
The Washington Post, by Yanan Wang, November 02, 2015

Sharp rise in Island cultural nonprofits: Spotlight on spending
Staten Island Advance, by Lauren Steussy, October 30, 2015

Op-Ed: NY libraries shouldn’t be selling land — especially to build ‘affordable housing’
New York Post, by Nicole Gelinas, October 18, 2015

Civic Groups Must Drive Big Money Out Of Politics, Panelists Argue
Sheepshead Bites, by Alex Ellefson, October 16, 2015

Flushing: New York’s forgotten airport – and most contested development site
The Guardian, by Siddhartha Mitter, October 15, 2015

A Beloved Recording Studio May Be Priced Out of SoHo
The New York Times, by Ben Sisario, October 09, 2015

City Council Takes Aggressive Role in Workplace Issues
Gothan Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, October 08, 2015

Long Island City scales new heights with gym
Crain's New York Business, by Hilary Potkewitz, October 07, 2015

Brooklyn Blast Reminder of Ordinary Things That Can Cause Deadly Gas Explosions
Epoch Times, by Amelia Pang, October 06, 2015

Tech Cities: From Silicon Valley to Silicon Prairie
Urban Land, by Howard Kozloff and Christina Calabrese, October 02, 2015

Independent Sources - Diversity Disparity
CUNY Television , by Garry Pierre-Pierre, September 21, 2015

The State of the Arts in NYC: Pushing Artists to the Brink of Crisis
WBAI, by Savona Bailey-McClain, September 16, 2015

Why is New York City’s Growing Technology Sector so White?
City Limits, by Marc Bussanich, September 15, 2015

Why You Should Be Suspicious Of The ‘Creative Economy’
Huffington Post, by Ben Davis, September 11, 2015

Queens Wants a Bigger Cut From U.S. Open Cash Cow
WNYC , by Jim O'Grady, September 11, 2015

POLITICO New York’s Culture Biz Report: Do You Want to Go to Chelsea?
POLITICO New York, by Kelly Weill, September 10, 2015

Creative New York
BK Live , September 10, 2015

Early dismissal for some schools Wednesday due to excessive heat
ABC New York, by A.J. Ross, September 09, 2015

Buddy can you spare $2m? New York’s housing crisis
BBC News, by Clive Coleman, September 08, 2015

Led by New Office, De Blasio Forms His Brand of Public-Private Partnerships
Gotham Gazette, by Brit Byrd, September 04, 2015

#AskVinSI: How does the city plan its road paving schedule?
Staten Island Advance, by Vincent Barone, September 02, 2015

New York beats Silicon Valley on diversity, but it’s not perfect
Mashable, by Ronald Chavez, August 28, 2015

Drilling down on the burgeoning tech sector
Crain's New York Business, by Greg David, August 27, 2015

Marist Helps Small Businesses by Joining IBM Supplier Connection
Hudson Valley News Network, by Kathy Welsh, August 26, 2015

N.Y.C.‘s growing tech scene not as diverse as Big Apple itself
New York Business Journal, by Michael del Castillo, August 21, 2015

NY ignores infrastructure at its peril
amNY, by Liza Featherstone, August 20, 2015

City’s tech workers are still mostly white, male, study finds
Politico New York, by Miranda Neubauer, August 20, 2015

The city’s very white tech sector
Crain's New York Business, by Greg David, August 20, 2015

The Center for an Urban Future’s analysis on NYC’s tech diversity
TechCrunch, August 20, 2015

Middle class losing out in big cities
CNN International, by Harry Siegel, August 19, 2015

Boro has the most public tennis courts in city
Times Ledger, by Sadef Ali Kully, August 18, 2015

Despite the Rising Cost of Living, Brooklyn Is Still a Creative Haven
Brooklyn Magazine, by Sam Blum, August 13, 2015

Chain stores and high rents batter bodegas
The Real Deal, by Ariel Stulberg, August 04, 2015

Bodegas Declining in Manhattan as Rents Rise and Chains Grow
New York Times, by Tatiana Schlossberg, August 03, 2015

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