Oppenheimer & Co. to receive a $3 million grant to expand in Lower Manhattan
Oppenheimer & Co. is the latest financial firm to apply for a post 9/11 grant for its office expansion in Lower Manhattan. Oppenheimer & Co. joins the ranks of other wealthy firms such as Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, and Bank of New York that have benefitted from this grant program. Read more about Governor Cuomo’s announcement to provide the firm $3 million and media coverage in Crain’s. Learn more about the Job Creation & Retention Grant program and other economic development programs created in response to the attacks of September 11, 2001 on our Reconstruction Watch page.
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GJNY takes a close look at the proposed subsidy package--worth nearly $130 million--for Fresh Direct to relocate to the South Bronx. In early 2012, Fresh Direct started a bidding war between New York City and New Jersey officials when it threatened to leave its current home in Long Island City, Queens. Learn more about the subsidies, job promises and the efforts of residents to block the on-line grocery retailer's move to their waterfront.
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