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Recent Press

City Seizes Brooklyn Library Building
Commercial Observer, by Tobias Salinger, December 04, 2014

Capital Education: Fariña (not explicitly) on Garner—Flanagan rejects Suffolk exec rumors
Capital New York, by Jessica Bakeman, Eliza Shapiro and Conor Skelding , December 04, 2014

Why Are Brooklyn Neighborhoods Getting So Hard To Tell Apart?
New York Observer, by Chris Pomorski, November 25, 2014

A Legislator’s Laboratory
The Brooklyn Reader, by Robert Cornegy, November 24, 2014

Report praises Cuyahoga County Library System
The News Herald, by Andrew Cass and Kaylee Remington, November 20, 2014

Small firms thrive but aren’t expanding
Crain's New York Business, by Elaine Pofeldt, November 18, 2014

De Blasio’s time to lead on libraries
New York Daily News, by David Giles, November 17, 2014

Maps: Where Do NYC Employees Live?
Gothamist, November 13, 2014

Study: More NYers call themselves ‘boss’
Crain's New York Business, by Thornton Mcenery, November 10, 2014

GOP Senate takeover could put fiscal reins on city needs
amNY, by Dan Rivoli, November 05, 2014

Council Looks at Economic Impact of City’s Inadequate Infrastructure
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, November 04, 2014

How Adding Just One Employee Would Save the Economy
Inc., by Jeremy Quittner, November 04, 2014

Small Biz as Jobs Engine
WNYC's The Brian Lehrer Show, November 03, 2014

$525-a-Month Studios Proposed for Redevelopment of Sunset Park Library
DNAinfo, by Nikhita Venugopal, November 03, 2014

New study shows Staten Island small businesses tend to remain ‘small’
Staten Island Advance, by Tracey Porpora, November 03, 2014

NYC’s small businesses increase in numbers but barely any expand, report says
amNY, by Ivan Pereira, November 03, 2014

Thinking of Striking Out Alone? Here’s How Much it Costs to be a Freelancer
DNAinfo, by Serena Solomon, October 30, 2014

JPMorgan Chase Drops Plan to Build 2 West Side Towers
New York Times, by Charles V. Bagli, October 28, 2014

Harlem’s 125th St. Library reopens its doors after a year of renovations
New York Daily News, by Jan Ransom, October 25, 2014

Amtrak weighing development of massive Queens rail yard
Capital New York, by Ryan Hutchins, October 23, 2014

BHB Exclusive: Q&A w/David Kramer of Hudson Companies
Brooklyn Heights Blog, by Michael Randazzo , October 18, 2014

Breaking Down the Door to Silicon Valley
Next City, by Alexis Stephens, October 17, 2014

Does the New Crown Heights Starbucks Threaten Small Neighborhood Businesses?
Village Voice Blog, by Irene Chidinma Nwoye , October 17, 2014

Upper Manhattan Still Struggles with Youth Unemployment Five Years Past Recession
The Uptowner, by Asthaa Chaturvedi, October 15, 2014

Editorial: College debt cycle stalls future, October 12, 2014

The Bronx, NYC’s Final Development Frontier, Booms
Commercial Observer, by Danielle Schlanger, October 08, 2014

Group Demands Real Estate Info From Brooklyn Public Library
Commercial Observer, by Tobias Salinger, October 07, 2014

Editorial: Digital.NYC can spark Staten Island tech boom
The Staten Island Advance, October 06, 2014

Artists as disruptors: Building incubators where art, technology meet
The Rapidian, by Mark Holzbach, October 04, 2014

Housing Plan Targets Vacant Lots; Some Neighbors Leery
City Limits, by Adam Wisnieski , September 24, 2014

Can New York Create Affordable Housing That’s Also Environmentally Sustainable?
The Nation, by Michelle Chen, September 24, 2014

Editorial: Fix the funding for our aging public libraries
Staten Island Advance, September 21, 2014

More space needed in Queens libraries
Times Ledger, by Kelsey Durham, September 19, 2014

Center for an Urban Future Re-Envisions New York’s Branch Libraries
Library Journal, by Lisa Peet, September 19, 2014

NY1 Online: Experts Weigh In on Issues Facing City’s Library Systems
NY1, by Inside City Hall, September 17, 2014

David Ehrenberg On Overseeing the Brooklyn Navy Yard
Commercial Observer, by Lauren Elkies Schram, September 17, 2014

Queens Library struggling from space constraints, report says
The Queens Courier, by Liam La Guerre, September 16, 2014

$1B to modernize and repair NYC’s libraries: research
New York Post , by Daniel Prendergast, September 16, 2014

After new report, councilman calls for unification of city libraries
Capital New York, by Nidhi Prakash , September 16, 2014

Trustees Endorse Plan to Sell Land Beneath Branch of Brooklyn Library
New York Times, by Tatiana Schlossberg, September 16, 2014

Repairs Needed at New York City Library Branches
The Numbers Blog, Wall Street Journal, by Jennifer Maloney, September 15, 2014

Price tag to repair City’s libraries? $1.1B, report says
The Real Deal, by Mark Maurer, September 15, 2014

Staten Island’s aging libraries need $50.44M in capital funding, report finds
Staten Island Advance, by Anna Sanders, September 15, 2014

New report says aged Bronx libraries need more repairs and renovations to keep up with the times
New York Daily News, by Lisa L. Colangelo, September 15, 2014

New report says Queens Library buildings need more room to keep up with a growing number of customers
New York Daily News, by Lisa L. Colangelo, September 15, 2014

Public Libraries Need Over $1 Billion in Repairs, Report Says
Curbed, by Jeremiah Budin, September 15, 2014

Report: City libraries on verge of ‘maintenance crisis’
Capital New York, by Dana Rubinstein , September 15, 2014

NYC Libraries Need $1.1 Billion for Repairs, Says Report
Epoch Times, by Jonathan Zhou, September 15, 2014

New York City Public Library Branches Need $1.1 Billion in Repairs: Report
Wall Street Journal, by Jennifer Maloney, September 15, 2014

Are NYC’s Public Libraries Falling Down?
WNYC's The Brian Lehrer Show, September 15, 2014

Fewer New Yorkers Getting the Benefit of Being Hired, and Fired, at a Young Age
New York Times, by Rachel L. Swarns, September 14, 2014

The Problem With Being Global
Forbes, by Joel Kotkin, August 23, 2014

Life After Brooklyn: Moving Out of Brooklyn Because of High Prices
New York Times, by Michelle Higgins, August 22, 2014

Aspirin for NYC’s growing pains
New York Daily News, by Josh Robin, August 11, 2014

How the New Museum’s Lisa Phillips is making entrepreneurship into an art form
Fast Company, by Jillian Goodman, August 04, 2014

5 projects that would change NYC
amNewYork, by Ivan Pereira and Zoe Lake , August 03, 2014

Port Authority Bus Terminal: What the $90M overhaul should include
amNewYork, by Ivan Pereira, July 27, 2014

Poets Slam Loss of NYC’s Creative Habitats
Epoch Times, by Christine Lin, July 26, 2014

Wealthy New Yorkers Can’t Afford to Move
City Lab, by Sam Sturgis, July 23, 2014

Creative class migrates deeper into Brooklyn, Queens
Crain's New York Business, by Eileen Zimmerman, July 22, 2014

City libraries target six-day service, eventually
Capital New York, by Conor Skelding, July 18, 2014

Precedents for Experimentation: Talking Libraries with Shannon Mattern and Nate Hill
Urban Omnibus, July 16, 2014

M.T.A. has no strike plan for LIRR reverse commuters
Capital New York, by Ryan Hutchins, July 16, 2014

Queens Borough President Melinda Katz got more money for seniors than her beep colleagues under a decades old arrangement
New York Daily News, by Denis Slattery, July 16, 2014

Brooklyn Public Library Capital Funding Woes: How Did Things Get So Bad?
Brooklyn Heights Blog, by Michael Randazzo, July 01, 2014

Boxed In, With Room for Creativity
New York Times, by Ted Loos, June 29, 2014

Beyond Books: A New Film Shows the Vital Role Public Libraries Play in New York Communities
Fast Company, by Christine Champagne, June 27, 2014

Succesful LIC Summit brings some new ideas
Times Ledger, by Bill Parry, June 19, 2014

New Protocol Will Put FDNY on All Gas Leak Calls
NY1, by Josh Robin, June 18, 2014

NYC Looks to Long Island City As Model
Epoch Times, by Catherine Yang, June 17, 2014

100 earn high school equivalency diplomas
Poughkeepsie Journal, by Nina Schutzman, June 17, 2014

Big plans brewing in Koreatown as new coffee chain expands
Real Estate Weekly, by Holly Dutton, June 11, 2014

Dominicanos entre pasajeros atrapados en fuego Tren 7 del subway NY
El Jaya, by Ramón Mercedes, June 04, 2014

Older Immigrants in New York City
Communities & Banking, by Christian Gonzalez-Rivera, June 03, 2014

Op-ed: Our old infrastructure imperils housing push
Crain's New York Business, by Denise Richardson, June 01, 2014

Housing boom could could be big blow to city’s small biz
Real Estate Weekly, May 30, 2014

A Dairy Queen Comes to Manhattan
The New Yorker, by Elizabeth Weiss, May 29, 2014

Fifth Avenue Fair offers taste of Slope
Brooklyn Daily, by Max Jaeger, May 16, 2014

For Many Boomer Immigrants, Rough Times Ahead
PBS' Next Avenue, by Chris Farrell, May 14, 2014

Etsy Sews Up Bigger Space in Brooklyn
Wall Street Journal, by Laura Kusisto, May 13, 2014

New York’s Design Economy Report: NYC Has 65 Percent More Designers Than Any Other Metro Area
Dexigner, May 12, 2014

Video: Aging in NYC
BK Live, May 12, 2014

Number of Designers, Design Firms Climbs in NYC
Women's Wear Daily, by Rosemary Feitelberg, May 09, 2014

New York City Houses the Most Design Firms in the Nation
Fashion Times, by Aimee Hoefler, May 09, 2014

Video: Aging NYC: Uncovering the hidden dangers below, above and around us
PIX11, by Narmeen Choudhury, May 09, 2014

Report: A designer boom in New York
Capital New York, by Dana Rubinstein, May 08, 2014

City’s lead as design capital grows
Crain's New York Business, by Thornton McEnery, May 08, 2014

Una Infraestructura en crisis en NYC
El Diario, by Gamaliel Ramos, May 03, 2014

Autoridades desconocen causa de descarrilamiento de tren en Queens
El Diario, by Candida Portugues, May 02, 2014

Op-ed: This is no time to cut road funding
Crain's New York Business, by Daniel Garodnick, May 02, 2014

Analyzing New York’s Aging Infrastructure
Metrofocus | THIRTEEN, by Marisa Wong, April 30, 2014

US ‘Bridgegate’ highlights need for reform
Financial Times, by Robert Wright, April 29, 2014

How co-ops and Con Ed are transforming Riverdale
The Riverdale Press, by Shant Shahrigian, April 24, 2014

Op-ed: The work that really drives New York
New York Daily News, by Errol Louis, April 24, 2014

Panel: NYC Electeds Need to Get Serious About Funding Infrastructure
Streetsblog, by Stephen Miller, April 23, 2014

New revenue streams needed to fix city’s infrastructure, experts say
amNewYork, by Dan Rivoli, April 23, 2014

Manufacturing in New York City isn’t dead after all: study shows sector has stabilized
New York Daily News, by Phyllis Furman, March 26, 2014

NYC manufacturing no longer bleeding jobs
Crain's New York Business, by Thornton McEnery, March 26, 2014

Net Gains
City Journal, by James Panero, March 25, 2014

Queens’ highways, streets in bad shape: Study
Queens Times Ledger, by Philip Newman, March 24, 2014

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