On November 2, NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer issued a letter to Mayor de Blasio and the city’s Education Department Chancellor, setting forth proposals in light of the over 100,000 students without internet access and 77,000 still lacking Wi-Fi enabled devices, commenting in… Read More ›
Next Generation Impact
A Housing Innovation Known as the ADU is Catching on in Fast Growing Areas of the Country – Will NYC Utilize Them?
NYC’s critical issues surrounding affordable housing persist, with there even being talk of former Deputy Mayor for Housing, Alicia Glen, starting a real estate venture that may include a focus on this area. A housing innovation known as an Accessory… Read More ›
An Interview with Minerva Tantoco, NYC’s 1st CTO: “The Next Wave of Innovators will come from New York”
Minerva Tantoco (left), Rhonda Binda (right)
Gentrification and inequality were the issues at the forefront of the opposition to Amazon’s effort to locate secondary headquarters in Long Island City, Queens. Although Mayor de Blasio was a key player in the effort to bring Amazon to Queens,… Read More ›