City of New York, Office of the Deputy Mayor for Economic Development

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City Hall
New York
United States

About Us

The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Economic Development and its agencies oversee the planning and implementation of the policies that affect the economic prosperity of New York City and its 8.4 million residents. They promote initiatives that retain, attract and expand domestic and global businesses; foster job creation; create housing; develop the workforce; and grow the tax base by making New York City more livable, more business friendly, and diversifying the economy throughout the five boroughs. These agencies and departments oversee the health of the physical and economic environment of New York City by fostering ambitious policies and initiatives including neighborhood rezonings, affordable housing development, economic impact studies and analyses, growing and protecting the city’s industries, creating a reliable infrastructure network, and maximizing development opportunities. The Office of the Deputy Mayor for Economic Development encompasses many of the city’s development, housing, planning and business-related agencies, including:  New York City Economic Development Corporation  Department of Housing Preservation and Development  Mayor’s Office of Capital Projects Development  Department of City Planning  Department of Small Business Services  Mayor’s Office of Film Theater and Broadcasting

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