The Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation
, established in 1981, is a community-based non-profit organization that has been a central figure in the revitalization of the borough.
In 2011, The Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation
put out an RFI for the development of a hotel and conference center near Yankee Stadium, on a site occupied by a parking structure two blocks from the stadium.
She is the vice president of the Commercial/Industrial Division of the Bronx Manhattan Association of Realtors and was also the founder and president of the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation
The project, which is expected to generate about $21 million in annual tax revenue for New York City, will benefit from programs sponsored by the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation
, such as "Buy Bronx First" and "Bronx at Work." In addition, a percentage of the contracts for the Gateway Center's construction will be given to minority- and women- owned businesses who are certified as Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (M/WBEs) with the Department of Small Business Services.
Per the agreement, the development will participate in programs sponsored by the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation
, such as "Buy Bronx First" and "Bronx at Work." BTM Development partners also committed to an aggressive minority/women business enterprise program, as well as to offering local residents job training and assistance in job referrals.
Borough President Carrion, South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation
and other Bronx elected officials hosted a celebration in honor of the rehabilitation of two formerly abandoned buildings in the Morrisania section of the Bronx: 870 Longwood Ave.
A team consisting of a Diego Beckman-based tenants organization, South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation
(SOBRO), The New York City Housing Partnership, HUD representatives and others developed the plan for moderate rehabilitation of the complex, which features 1,210 residential rental units and 10 commercial units.
Taino Plaza sponsored by South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation
(SOBRO), which acquired the land from the NYC Economic Development Corporation.
In response to the shortage of commercial loans available to small businesses, the Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation
(BOEDC) has tapped alternative sources and delivered over half a million dollars in new loans to borough firms in the last six months.