Brooklyn Brewery Eyes Staten Island’s West Shore for New Facility

A fermented New York City staple is looking to expand across the Narrows. The Brooklyn Brewery has responded to increasing international demand for its beer with plans to build a large plant outside of densely populated Brooklyn. The company, whose best-known location is in the Williamsburg neighborhood, has applied for […]

Business Owners Shine in Staten Island Business Improvement Districts

Staten Island is hungry for a competitive business advantage– could more Business Improvement Districts bolster our credibility? On Wednesday, April 30th, The Richmond County Savings Foundation contributed $90,000 worth of funding toward the creation of BIDs at the SIEDC Annual Business Development Conference. One of these districts will be on […]

Twenty-One Homes to be Built on Staten Island

For the week beginning September 22nd and ending September 28th, the New York City Department of Buildings’ Weekly Statistical Report showed twenty-one new residential building permit acceptances just for Staten Island. Adding these twenty-one permits to the already-accepted ones for September, our new monthly number is up to fifty-seven.  This […]

Tax Incentives for Industrial and Manufacturing Businesses on Staten Island

In an effort to bring industrial and manufacturing businesses to New York City, the city created the Industrial Business Zone designation in 2005.  The following year, sixteen Industrial Business Zones were created in three of New York City’s boroughs: six in Brooklyn, five in the Bronx, and five in Queens.  […]

Staten Island’s New Housing Permits Accepted From the End of July and Beginning of August

This past week, the New York City Department of Buildings released their Weekly Statistical Report for new residential building permits accepted, between July 28th and August 3rd. In this report we found that there will be another eleven new residential homes built on Staten Island. Since this is the last […]