NEWS ARTICLES

Date Title
November 2021 The Brooklyn Navy Yard is New York City's new coolest spot to hang out (ABC7 New York)
October 2021 Green roofs installed on Admiral's Row buildings at the Brooklyn Navy Yard (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)
September 2021 Food science pioneers expand at Brooklyn Navy Yard (Real Estate Weekly)
September 2021 New Innovator Initiative Sponsors 7 Entrepreneurs To Diversify Tech In New York City (Forbes)
August 2021 Brooklyn College Feirstein film school at Steiner Studios named one of nation's best (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)
June 2021 Brooklyn Navy Yard Salutes Neighborhood With New Public Spaces (New York Post)
May 2021 Ford and Newlab partner to test new transportation ideas, from robot delivery to EV rideshares (Fast Company)
January 2021 New York's film and TV industry thriving amid pandemic (Fox 5 NY)
January 2021 FreshDirect CMO Talks 'Fast and Furious' Online Growth (WINSIGHT GROCERY BUSINESS)
January 2021 FreshDirect expects home cooking, online ordering to continue boom in 2021 (Blue Book Services)
December 2020 Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation Secures A Wave Of New Leases In Former Industrial Complex (New York YIMBY)
December 2020 Brooklyn Navy Yard signs leasing agreement with CBRE for top-floor waterfront spaces (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)
October 2020 Statue Honoring Ruth Bader Ginsburg Coming to Downtown Brooklyn's City Point (Brownstoner)
October 2020 BNYDC Refinances EB-5 Debt at Brooklyn Navy Yard with $58M Loan From AIG (COMMERCIAL OBSERVER)
September 2020 Newlab Wins Design Company of the Year in Fast Company's 2020 Innovation by Design Awards; Newlab Ventures Applied XL and Spiro Devices Also Honored (Newlab)
September 2020 The Best Design Companies of 2020 (Fast Company)
July 2020 New York City Regional Center Lands $50M In Federal Tax Credits To Support Econ. Development (GlobeSt.com)
May 2020 The ARK at JFK Now Shipping Medical Eggs for the Development of the Flu Vaccine (Aviation Pros)
April 2020 New York Needed Ventilators, So They Developed One In A Month (New York Times)
March 2020 A 'Wartime Factory' in Brooklyn Is Fighting Coronavirus (New York Times)