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Small Business Services Directory
Since 1989, ADC has addressed the complex, interconnected challenges facing the Harlem community through effective implementation of its mission to: Increase the availability of quality housing to people of diverse incomes; Enhance the delivery of social services, particularly to the homeless, elderly, families and children; Foster economic revitalization; Enhance educational and developmental opportunities for youth; and Build community capacity through civic engagement.
The mission of the Alliance for Downtown New York is to be the principal organization that provides Lower Manhattan's historic financial district with a premier physical and economic environment, advocates for businesses and commerical property owners and promotes the area as a world-class destination for companies, workers, residents and vistors. The Downtown Alliance manages the Downtown-Lower Manhattan Business Improvement District (BID), serving an area roughly from City Hall to the Battery, from the East River to West Street.
Astella Development Corporation assists local merchants; works on community revitalization and economic development projects.
The AALDC is a not-for-profit organization committed to the economic development of the Atlantic Avenue area from Fourth Avenue to the waterfront in Brooklyn, New York. In addition to the Atlantic Avenue Master Plan, the AALDC's recent activities have included implementation of streetscape improvements, outreach to property owners to encourage historic storefront preservation, and advocacy on issues of importance to the retail and residential community.
Part of the Columbia-Presbyterian Medical Center, Audubon is a modern, six-story facility housing 50,000 square foot of laboratory and office space. The only biotechnology business incubator in the City, Audubon supplies the structure and organization to facilitate developments in biotechnology that will ensure improved health care, while contributing to economic growth through the creation of private sector research collaborations and the generation of new biomedically related business. Audubon is designed to house early stage, private research and development companies in the Life Sciences industry.
The Bronx Chamber of Commerce was established to strengthen the economic viability and improve the quality of life for the Bronx. They play an active, significant role in the economic development of the borough, and formed many initiatives and partnerships that have made strides in the crucial fields of education, employment, and health.
The Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation (BOEDC), the administrator of the Bronx Empowerment Zone (EZ), offers two loan programs for qualified Bronx Empowerment Zone companies. Both programs offer loans at a very low interest rate and long terms in return for the borrowers commitment to hire Bronx Empowerment Zone residents. The Business Assistance Initiative (BAI) can generally lend up to $1 million to finance up to half of a project's cost. The EZ Loan Fund can finance up to 80% of a project's cost up to loans of $200,000.
The Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation [BOEDC] serves as economic development consultants for the Office of the Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. Want to find out what benefits a Bronx address offers your business? Need assistance finding the right site, recruiting employees or accessing federal, state or city benefits? Looking for a low-cost government loan to help your company grow or assistance in implementing cost-saving, environmentally-friendly projects? Whatever your need or the size of your business, the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation (BOEDC) can help.
The Brooklyn Army Terminal [BAT]/NY City Biosciences Initiative is in the process of developing near term space for research, laboratory and bio-manufacturing uses. Located along the Brooklyn waterfront - at 140 58th Street and 1st Avenue in the Sunset Park section of Brooklyn - with easy access to Manhattan, Phase I at BAT will be anchored by several academic research and commercial bioscience operations. Phase I is the conversion of 300,000 square feet for research and bio-manufacturing space. Further expansion space exists at the 4.0 million square foot complex. Current tenants include clinical testing laboratories. BAT is located within an Empire Zone which provides certain as-of-right tax benefits.
This Office offers statistical information about business activity in the borough. It also provides assistance to businesses for location planning. It also assists businesses in dealing with government agencies, and accessing city, state, and federal financial incentive programs. Referrals to appropriate agencies are provided. They can also be reached at 718-802-3877.