Cara Eisenpress

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Getaway expands its cabin offerings with an eye on upscale camping

A Brooklyn tourism company focused on making nature-focused trips easier to access has announced an expansion that doubles the number of locations it...

Newlab seeks to establish foothold in the laboratory-grown meat industry

New York City is considering how it could play a role in the growing cellular agricultural industry—the sector working to produce lab-grown meat...

Pan-Asian Hidden Leaf completes the food-and-beverage plan for Manhattan West

The final full-service restaurant at Manhattan West has announced it will open its doors in early July, completing the bulk of the vision...

Covid tax-credit program for restaurants extends application deadline

A state program meant to help restaurants rehire staff as they recovered from Covid-19 closures hopes to extend its application deadline in order...

A DoorDash company now hires for full-time delivery jobs

DoorDash’s six-month-old convenience-store delivery business DashMart is diversifying its hiring strategy, not just its consumer offerings. A subsidiary of the San Francisco-based food...

iMentor CEO on helping students learn the importance of who you know

As Heather Wathington approaches her one-year anniversary as CEO of the nonprofit iMentor, she is getting a glimpse at how she can help...

CUNY experiments with programs for nondegree, employment-focused students

The idea that students no longer need a degree to get good jobs in the city has found important validation in a new...

How New York City could give former prisoners an entrepreneurial push

By the end of the year, entrepreneur Coss Marte plans to be running two New York City-based startups: ConBody, a fitness brand, and...

Workspace for freelancers opening soon at Industry City

By the end of the month, more than half a million freelancers will be able to access free coworking space in Industry City,...

Momentum builds in face-to-face industries as job numbers trend upward

“Slow and steady” continues to describe the city’s jobs recovery, led by growth in the arts, hospitality and construction. Throughout the five boroughs,...

Architect says cafés, gyms and roof decks are now office must-haves

To Tom Vecchione, managing principal at architecture and design firm Vocon, office tenants now all seem to want outdoor space, even in older buildings...

Mayor’s red-tape inquisition sparks updates to 118 city rules

Four months after he promised to make it easier to do business in the city, Mayor Eric Adams has announced a set of...

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