Recent Press

The North Shore of NYC’s forgotten borough slated to become a Brooklyn-style boom town
New York Daily News, by Katherine Clarke, July 23, 2015

Editorial: A need for more arts jobs
The Inquirer, July 20, 2015

New York’s creative sector boosts economy
CCTV, by Nick Harper, July 14, 2015

Opinion: Facing the music, Little Orchestra Society scales back
Crain's New York Business, by William Ohlemeyer, July 13, 2015

Report Finds New York City’s Creative Sector Is Thriving, for Now
Hyperallergic, by Claire Voon, July 09, 2015

Giant Wheel, Still Unbuilt, Is Seen As Staten Island’s Savior
Curbed NY, by Zoe Rosenberg, July 08, 2015

Betting on the New York Wheel to Elevate Staten Island’s Fortunes
New York Times, by Patrick McGeehan, July 08, 2015

Can CUNY Career Programs STEM Income Inequality?
City Limits, by Marc Bussanich, July 02, 2015

The Virtuous Cycle of Keeping Your City Affordable for Artists
Next City, by by Adam Forman, July 01, 2015

Creative Job Stats Every Brooklynite Should Know
Brownstoner, June 30, 2015

Forest Hills Barnes & Noble faces final chapter
Crain's New York Business, by Danni Santana, June 29, 2015

Opinion: City Officials Must Do More To Boost New York’s Creative Sector
City & State, by Jonathan Bowles, June 28, 2015

Creative Sector Employs Nearly 300,000 in NYC, 7 Percent of All Jobs Citywide
Dexigner, June 28, 2015

Editorial: Chain Overreaction
Crain's New York Business, June 26, 2015

Wanted: “Good American Jobs”
Next City, by Alexis Stephens, June 26, 2015

Aging in New York: City Wrestles with Poverty Among Seniors
City Limits, by Suzanne Travers, June 25, 2015

The U.S. Cities Where Creative Jobs Are Thriving
Fast Company's Co.Exist, by Jessica Leber, June 25, 2015

Rents giving artsy tenants stage fright
Real Estate Weekly, by Dan Orlando, June 24, 2015

New York’s Creative Class Leading City’s Economic Growth, But Struggling To Pay The Rent
Brooklyn Magazine, by Sam Blum, June 24, 2015

NYC’s creative class job sector tops L.A., as film and TV production jumps
New York Business Journal, by Teresa Novellino, June 24, 2015

NYC Public Libraries Get Largest Funding Increase Ever
Hyperallergic, by Jillian Steinhauer, June 24, 2015

Study: Staten Island lags in creative sector despite nonprofit growth
Staten Island Advance, by Lauren Steussy, June 24, 2015

Study: NYC creative sector is growing
Miami Herald, June 24, 2015

Number of creative professionals in the city grows, but so do their expenses
Crain's New York Business, by Danni Santana, June 24, 2015

Creative Class Leading the City in Jobs
GlobalSt.com, by Rayna Katz, June 24, 2015

Study: NYC creative sector is growing
San Francisco Gate, June 24, 2015

Creative New York Report Sizes Up New York City’s Creative Class
Women's Wear Daily, by Rosemary Feitelberg, June 23, 2015

New York’s Public School Students Sweat Out the End of the Semester
New York Times, by Noah Remnick, June 23, 2015

New York’s creative job sector is growing: study
New York Daily News, by Lisa L. Colangelo, June 23, 2015

Study documents rapid growth of Brooklyn’s creative economy
Brooklyn Daily Eagle , June 23, 2015

Can New Zoning Stop Chain Stores From Strangling The East Village?
Gothamist, by Lauren Evans, June 17, 2015

Bronx gets major boost in library attendance, report says
amNY, by Karina E. Cuevas, June 16, 2015

NYC could no longer be the world financial capital, according to a new report
amNY, by Sheila Anne Feeney, June 16, 2015

Made in Brooklyn, Again
City Journal, by Kay S. Hymowitz, June 15, 2015

New Corner in Some NYC Libraries Is All About Building Small Businesses
Next City, by Alexis Stephens, June 11, 2015

On City Parks, Mayor de Blasio Is Seen as Friend, Foe and Something in Between
New York Times, by Lisa W. Foderaro, June 11, 2015

Source of worrisome gas leak in DUMBO discovered, repaired
Brooklyn Daily Eagle , by Mary Frost, June 11, 2015

A Group Portrait of New York’s ‘Oldest Old’
New York Times, by John Leland, June 05, 2015

Editorial: Stop Starving Our Libraries
New York Observer, June 02, 2015

The casualties of the 421-a feud: While Cuomo and de Blasio are fighting, black and Latino youth need jobs
New York Daily News, by Errol Louis, June 02, 2015

Are Small NYC Retailers in Trouble?
Huffington Post, by Cody Lyon, June 02, 2015

It Could Cost NYC Over $300 Million to Deliver Promised Williamsburg Park
Gothamist, by Emma Whitford, June 01, 2015

No, New York City is not losing its soul
New York Daily News, by Francis Marrone, May 31, 2015

Cities Are Building Job Training Programs of the Future
Next City, by Alexis Stephens, May 29, 2015

Middle-income New Yorkers struggling with heavy rent burden, study says
amNY, by Ivan Pereira, May 29, 2015

Building One Livable City
Gotham Gazette, by Mark Levine and Tupper Thomas, May 27, 2015

Queens Library Takes Three Out Of Ten Awards
Queens Gazette, May 27, 2015

Can Wall Street-Friendly, Overly-Cautious Chuck Schumer Lead the Senate?
New York Observer, by Ross Barkan, May 26, 2015

Since money doesn’t grow on trees, park advocates call for creative funding ideas
Crain's New York Business, by Andrew J. Hawkins, May 22, 2015

Senior Housing Advocates Call for Parking Lot Redevelopment
Curbed NY, by Jeremiah Budin, May 21, 2015

Group Wants Parking Converted to Elderly Housing
Wall Street Journal, by Corinne Ramey, May 20, 2015

Turf Wars Hinder Transit and Transport in New York
The Bond Buyer, by Paul Burton, May 19, 2015

Advocates to de Blasio: Spend More on Infrastructure
The Bond Buyer, by Paul Burton, May 18, 2015

Photographing Every Disappearing Manhattan Bodega
Hyperallergic, by Allison Meier, May 11, 2015

2015 SIEDC Conference highlights ways to succeed in business
Staten Island Advance, by Tracey Porpora, April 29, 2015

Fix Water Mains, Improve Transit
Gotham Gazette, by Peter Peyser, April 28, 2015

This Woman Photographed Every Bodega in Manhattan
Village Voice, by Lara Zarum, April 27, 2015

Denying New York Libraries the Fuel They Need
New York Times, by Jim Dwyer, April 24, 2015

The MTA needs to get on the age train: How an aging subway system must evolve to serve New York City’s aging population
New York Daily News, by Adam Forman, April 20, 2015

In NYC, Debate Over Saving Small Shops Amid Chains’ Rise
Associated Press, by Deepti Hajela and Jennifer Peltz, April 18, 2015

Ready for growth, if funding allows
Queens Chronicle, by Cristina Schreil, April 16, 2015

Harsh Winter to Dampen Dunkin’ Donuts Earnings?
Zacks Equity Research , April 14, 2015

Frozen assets? Weather issue looms big for Dunkin’ Donuts in Q1
New Hampshire Union Leader, by Ryan Vlastelica, April 13, 2015

Read it & weep: New York City next to last in state library hours
New York Post, by Carl Campanile, April 10, 2015

Report: NYC libraries operating hours not long enough
San Francisco Chronicle, April 10, 2015

Report: NYC libraries open less than others in state
amNY, by Stephanie Grella, April 09, 2015

Library Hours Ranked in 10 Biggest Cities
Next City, by Marielle Mondon, April 09, 2015

New York City libraries open fewer hours than anywhere else in state: report
New York Daily News, by Erin Durkin, April 09, 2015

Report Says Libraries Should Be Open More; Libraries Agree
Wall Street Journal, by Sophia Hollander, April 09, 2015

NYC Libraries Are Falling Apart
Gothamist, by Emma Whitford, April 08, 2015

Crumbling Gas Lines: Not Just a New York Problem
Public Service News, by Derek Hawkins, April 08, 2015

The Deep, Dangerous Problems Of America’s Aging Gas Infrastructure
Co.Exist, by Jessica Leber, April 01, 2015

Council Members Aim Help at Parents Returning to Workforce
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, March 31, 2015

Investigators now focusing on cause of E. Village blast after bodies recovered
New York Business Journal, by Ben Fischer, March 30, 2015

In wake of explosion, new scrutiny of city’s gas lines
Capital New York, by David Giambusso , March 30, 2015

Queens Library seeks public funding
Queens Ledger, by Sadef Ali Kully, March 29, 2015

East Village explosion underscores city’s infrastructure woes
Crain's New York Business, by Joe Anuta, March 29, 2015

Injuries as buildings collapse after blast at New York’s East Village
CNN, by Ray Sanchez, March 27, 2015

East Village explosion highlights need to fix aging infrastructure
Crain's New York Business, by Joe Anuta, March 27, 2015

More than ever, New York City drives the state
New York Business Journal, by Mike Hendricks, March 27, 2015

Explosion rocks Manhattan’s East Village; at least a dozen injured, parts of building leveled
Fox6, March 26, 2015

Six scary facts about New York City’s ancient gas lines
Fusion, by Rob Wile, March 26, 2015

Blacks, Hispanics a third of New York’s low-income working families
New York Amsterdam News, by Stephon Johnson, March 26, 2015

Explosion Rocks New York’s East Village, Several Injuries Reported
WNEP, March 26, 2015

NYC’s share of private sector jobs growing
Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, by Matthew Daneman, March 23, 2015

Think tank pushes for a bigger slice of the state funding pie for NYC
New York Business Journal, by Mike Hendricks, March 20, 2015

New York state’s private-sector job growth over past decade driven almost entirely by NYC
New York Business Journal, March 20, 2015

Report: NYC Public Libraries In Poor Physical Shape
CBS New York, March 20, 2015

Report: Crumbling NYC libraries need massive investment
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Mary Frost, March 20, 2015

Report: New York Public Libraries in Dismal Shape
Wall Street Journal, by Jennifer Maloney, March 20, 2015

Libraries report outlines maintenance crisis
Capital New York, by Gloria Pazmino , March 20, 2015

NYC accounts for 88% of new jobs in New York
New York Post, by Leonard Greene, March 20, 2015

Nearly 90% of state’s job growth was in NYC
Crain's New York Business, by Yoona Ha, March 19, 2015

New Yorkers have the longest workweek, commute in the country, according to a study
amNY, by Dan Rivoli, March 18, 2015

City: We’re Stemming Flow of Foster-Care Kids Into Homelessness
City Limits, by Annamarya Scaccia, March 16, 2015

The quest to save vanishing New York
Salon, by Henry Grabar, March 15, 2015

Panel explores gaming’s impact on Brooklyn tech economy
Technical.ly , by Brady Dale, March 13, 2015

As City Eases Burdens, Access to Capital, Rising Rents Remain Issues for Small Businesses
Gotham Gazette, by Cole Rosengren, March 13, 2015

Small Businesses Push to Keep NYC From Becoming ‘Cement City’
NBC News, by Katy Rogers, March 12, 2015

Op-ed: Tap Reform: Part-time College Students Need Financial Aid Too
City & State, by Christian González-Rivera, March 06, 2015

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