GMDC

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AcronymDefinition
GMDCGujarat Mineral Development Corporation (India)
GMDCGreenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center (est. 1992; Brooklyn, NY)
GMDCGeneral Merchandise Distributors Council
GMDCGuangdong Modern Dance Company (China)
GMDCGreen Mountain Dharma Center (Hartland-Four-Corners, VT)
GMDCGlobal Marine Drilling Co. (various locations)
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Greenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center Local Development Corporation (GMDC) acquired the site at 94-15 100 Street with a plan to redevelop the 85,000 s/f facility to accommodate up to 24 businesses and 80 skilled workers.
Greenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center Local Development Corporation is a nonprofit developer focused on providing stable, long-term leases at below market rent to manufacturers in an effort to help companies maintain their business in New York City.
Greenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center are also in the area.
(Enterprise) and Bank of America today announced the closing of New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) financing for the renovation of a 50,000 square-foot industrial building owned by nonprofit developer Greenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center (GMDC) to create a multi-tenanted manufacturing facility for small businesses.
The Greenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center has rehabilitated six manufacturing buildings in North Brooklyn.
A partnership between the Greenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center and the Star Candle Company will build a $15 million,138,000-square-foot, two-story manufacturing and distribution facility on a currently vacant site in the Bathgate section of the Bronx.
Recently, Belyi has completed transactions with clients such as the Target Corporation, the United Cerebral Palsy of New York, Greenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center, Storage Deluxe, Theatrical Stage Employees Union, Outreach Project and Dayco Farms.
The organization's flagship project is the 400,000 SF building at 1155 Manhattan Ave., known as the Greenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center.
"As this project demonstrates, manufacturing is alive and well in the City of New York," said David Sweeny, president of the Greenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center Development Corporation.
The EDZ now includes most of the Williamsburg waterfront from the Navy Yard north to the Domino Sugar plant by the Williamsburgh Bridge, along with major commercial strips that include the Pfizer land in the Broadway Triangle around Flushing and Harrison streets where a Pathmark development has been held up; and around the Greenpoint Manufacturing and Design Center that is home to many woodworkers.