The Extraordinary Mixed-Use Revival of Brooklyn Navy YardThe Brooklyn Navy Yard is in the midst of transforming itself from a 20th-century ship builder to a 21st-century high-tech hub. With a $2.5 billion building plan, the development will more than quadruple its current workforce within a few years and become a creative and technology hub.
The neighborhood is rapidly developing and new, sustainability-minded companies are moving there by the day. The Green Manufacturing Center is a model for sustainable industry; Building 77 will provide a massive artisanal food hall; Steiner Studios, home to many popular movie and TV productions, is doubling its footprint; along with numerous other projects.
One of the most spectacular buildings to come to Brooklyn Navy yard is Dock 72, co-developed by Rudin Management and Boston Properties. With WeWork as an anchor, the 675,000 square foot building is revolutionizing the 21st century work environment with innovative work spaces and state-of-the-art amenities.
Dock 72 will be the first smart building to combine data from core and shell, enterprise, and employee experience into a single integrated platform, aggregating and analyzing data from nearly all of its systems including BMS, IoT sensors, access control, guest management, food and beverage, local transportation, gym, and a conference center.
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FCLF and SW Florida Collaboratory, Bringing Stability to a Fort Myers NeighborhoodFlorida Community Loan Fund, FCLF, provides flexible financing and expertise in low-income communities. Together with our partners, we work to build strong, stable, sustainable communities, where opportunity is available for every person. This video features the Southwest Florida Community Foundation and the SW Florida Collaboratory in Fort Myers, financed by FCLF through the NMTC Program, which will be completed in 2018.
Show Me Startups T RexLike a magnet, T-REX attracts innovation to downtown St. Louis, Missouri. A coworking space and technology incubator, T-REX offers a blank canvas—a space where ideas are conceived and brought to fruition. T-REX has worked to create an environment that serves as a network of creativity, where abstraction finds clarity amongst a collection of bright and dedicated minds. Hovering above a vivacious, animated city, T-REX is now home to a growing community of entrepreneurs, developers, designers, mentors, educators and more.
Living Rooms at the BorderUn proyecto innovador llega a San Ysidro, Living room at the border el cual será una gran transformación de una de las iglesias mas antiguas de esta comunidad, será un espacio público comuna gran serie de actividades y vivienda para personas de bajos ingresos.
New food specialization coming to BridgetonOfficials gathered in Bridgeton to break ground on a $10 million food specialization plant behind the Rutgers Food Innovation Center Thursday.
Mama's Hot TamalesWith the support of Genesis LA financing, Mama's Hot Tamales launched an incubator kitchen in Pasadena that provides job training with hands-on instruction in the food services industry. The project serves low- and moderate-income individuals in the region who want to start or grow a small business in the culinary arts. Dozens of small caterers and food business have been trained through the program and regularly use the facility's kitchen.
Genesis LA Spotlight Series - City Labs Boyle HeightsThe impact of Genesis LA’s investments are experienced by a range of community members. We continue to measure these impacts and seek feedback from the community in a variety of ways, including short video interviews as part of our SPOTLIGHT SERIES.
In this SPOTLIGHT SERIES one of our borrowers provides a brief overview of his project and the role that Genesis LA financing played in helping his vision to become a reality. In 2014, our GCIF loan fund allowed for the acquisition and renovation of a blighted warehouse into what is now City Labs Boyle Heights, a transformative office and community space that hosts mission driven organizations that serve the Boyle Heights area.
The NMTC Financed Findlay KitchenThe New Markets Tax Credit provided financing for the Findlay Kitchen, a non-profit food business incubator, located in the heart of Cincy's historic Findlay Market district. Findlay Kitchen supports food entrepreneurs looking to start, grow and scale their business, by providing affordable access to 10 licensed commercial kitchens, commercial-grade kitchen equipment, and ample storage space. Our facility was designed and built with maximum flexibility in mind for our members, whether you're just starting out or are looking to scale your current operation.
Video by Lauren White (Indigo Life Media: https://indigolifemedia.com/)