New York City
Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. New York City articles below.
Boston, Seattle, Minneapolis, and San Francisco round out the top U.S. cities growing their clean energy efforts, according to ACEEE's newly-released 2020 City Clean Energy Scorecard.
The jobs will be created as Amazon invests more than $1.4 billion in expansions of its Dallas, Detroit, Denver, New York, Phoenix, and San Diego Tech Hubs.
California, New York City, and the District of Columbia will experience the biggest impact of minimum wage increases next year.
The tech company will expand its global headquarters into new space in the West Village, growing its New York City presence 20 percent by 2022.
An expanded office space in Manhattan and six sound stages in Brooklyn will create up to $100 million in investments and thousands of jobs within five years.
Amazon has released a statement announcing the company is canceling its plans for a New York City headquarters as part of its HQ2 project.
Here's a rundown of the most and least expensive private sector office markets in the United States based on total operating expenses, courtesy of BOMA International.
The fitness technology and media company will move into a 312,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art office space at Hudson Commons in 2020.
After an epic site selection process, Amazon will invest $5 billion and create more than 50,000 jobs across two new headquarters. Plus, Nashville lands 5,000 jobs.
San Francisco, New York City are top destinations for workers who want to move; Providence, RI and San Jose have the highest percentage of workers applying to other cities.
A key theme in this year's Global Cities Index and Outlook was investment in developing start-up ecosystems, according to A.T. Kearney.
The 30,000-square foot facility — a collaborative effort by Johnson & Johnson Innovation, New York State and New York Genome Center — will have capacity for up to 30 life science startups focused on biotech, pharmaceutical, medical devices and consumer health.
A $2.8-million investment from Innovate NY—matched by $21.5 million in private equity—is spurring the development of a biotech cluster in New York City.
Until August 14, 2015, MetaProp NYC, a real estate technology accelerator, is accepting applications for its 16-week program for tech driven real estate startups.
The website also includes resources such as case studies, “how-to” information, and training opportunities, with more features planned in the near future.
The new facility will provide room for future organizational growth and will feature a state-of-the-art distribution center and product showroom.
Everything old is new again: conversions of historic properties in lower Manhattan are on the upswing.
Manufacturing, sales and marketing, corporate and financial services headquarters to unify in new, shared campus.
Huge boost in energy "peak load" financial incentives in Summer 2014 for NYC's largest energy users, but business owners and institutions must act soon.
Leading smart grid technology company opens in North America. Signs global agreements with Silver Spring Networks and HEVO Power.
Locations that have a history of nurturing entrepreneurship may have a head start on spurring startups and developing high-tech hubs. From the September/October 2013 issue.