Browsing: economic development corporation

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After Sheepshead Bites’ report yesterday about a swastika appearing on the American Legion building at 300 Avenue X, elected officials condemned the hateful act and authorities rushed to have it investigated and removed today. Members of the Marlboro Memorial Post 1437 American Legion chapter were apparently unaware of the graffiti. Councilman Mark Treyger’s office visited the site…

Events
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Just a reminder that we’ve expanded our business recovery workshop to include more agencies and also have someone on hand to help with residential concerns. This week’s event will take place Wednesday, December 12, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Cherry Hill Market (1901 Emmons Avenue, in the Lundy’s Building). The event is again…

Business
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Are you involved in the fashion industry? Enter this contest for a chance to win prizes that will help you expand and publicize your business. The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and STORY began Project Pop-Up NYC, a contest made to promote novel and original retail and technology businesses relating to the fashion…

Real Estate
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In an effort to offload defunct properties and reduce overhead, the MTA has issued a Request for Proposals from developers to rehabilitate and put to use seven defunct properties around the city – including an old electrical substation in Midwood. Located at 851 East 15th Street, near Avenue I, the 7,920 square foot property is…

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Using tonight’s State of the Borough address, Borough President Marty Markowitz is expected to revive plans to establish ferry commuter service between Manhattan and Southern Brooklyn neighborhoods including Sheepshead Bay. Markowitz’s push comes less than a year after a city study determined Southern Brooklyn unworthy of such a costly service. Markowitz will take to the…

Arts & Music
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All the single ladies (All the single ladies) All the single ladies (All the single ladies) All the single ladies Now come to Sheepshead Bay! Sorry, that was a lame reference, but it just couldn’t be avoided for this monumental news we’re about to bring you… According to a study done by New York City Economic…

Events
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Snow is not going to interfere this time – the Public Scoping Hearing on the proposed development at Four Sparrows Marsh will finally be held tonight at 7 p.m. in the Community Room of Kings Plaza. The meeting was previously cancelled twice over the past month due to poor weather conditions. The meeting will discuss…

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