De Blasio Administration Announces Overhaul Of Workforce Development To Focus On Good-Paying Jobs, Skill-Building, And Strengthening New York City's Economy
City to apply 'First Look NYC' Hiring to procurement, moving New Yorkers to front of the line applying for work at City contractors and economic development projects.
Training programs to help up to 30,000 New Yorkers per year secure middle-skill jobs and work in good-paying industries
Industry partnerships and talent pipelines in tech, health care, manufacturing, construction will align training programs to employer demands. Read More
Holiday Window Displays Tell the Story of Harlem
A series of holiday storefront window displays will take shoppers and tourists through the different eras of the neighborhood, telling a story at each business. Shoppers will be able to take a self-guided tour - which spans about a mile and a half from 113th Street and St. Nicholas Avenue to 125th Street and Lenox Avenue - and follow the story by reading QR codes on their phone. Read More
New Food Hub Offers Healthy Choices to West Harlem
The hub is one of four that are part of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation or LISC's Communities for Healthy Food NYC, funded by the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund. The cooking classes are just one of the services offered at the West Harlem Community Healthy Food Hub, located in a formerly vacant storefront on Lenox Avenue, run by the West Harlem Group Assistance affordable housing organization. It also offers a grocery store style food pantry for the neighborhood. Read More
Recording Area: 125th Street South West Corner of Frederick Douglass Blvd.
Week of November 24 - November 30
74,502 total visitors this week
+32.3% change from same week in the previous year.
The total customer count for the Week beginning 24-NOV-2014 changed by -4,147 from the previous week. Total count for portfolio as a whole changed -4.34%. The highest hourly customer count for the Week beginning 24-NOV-2014 were achieved on Wednesday at 2pm.
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