This report provides a summary of the outcomes achieved by the two winners of the NYCx Co-Labs Housing Rights Challenge; Heat Seek and JustFix.nyc. It also includes lessons learned for working on open innovation, community engagement, urban pilots as well as policy recommendations for NYC agencies.
This report provides a summary of the outcomes achieved by the two winners of the NYCx Co-Labs Mental Health Challenge: NextStep and Me, Myself, & I. It includes lessons learned for working on open innovation, community engagement, urban pilots as well as policy recommendations for NYC agencies.
Report created pursuant to Local Law 92 of 2020, the purpose of which is to discuss the state of the
Black Car and Livery industries in New York City and to develop policy recommendations to strengthen
these traditional industry sectors.
With manufacturing jobs in New York City declining, the New York City Industrial Development Agency, under the Giuliani Administration, created the Industrial Program in 1995. This report looks at the evolution and effectiveness of the program.
This report evaluates and describes the economic impact of the 7 key sectors that comprise NYC's film and television industry: motion picture talent, subscription programming, television broadcasting, advertising and media buying, postproduction and other services, and distribution and consumption.
Pursuant to LL 125 of 2018, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene is required to develop educational materials regarding drugs and opiates awareness and prevention to be made available by the New York City Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) and the New York City
The study reports on housing affordability and tenant income in the City's rental market. The study highlights year-to-year changes in many of the major economic factors affecting the City's tenant population.
Study analyzes the cost of operating and maintaining rental housing, examing the conditions that existed in the NYC rent stabilized housing market in 2019, and also the extent by which these conditions changed from 2018.
“It is against this backdrop that the Comptroller’s Office and A Better Balance jointly administered a survey to better understand how New Yorkers are navigating professional and personal responsibilities in COVID-19-era New York City.”