Economy

South Bronx Food Market wins small business award

South Bronx Food Market wins small business award

Business February 2, 2017 at 6:52 pm 0 comments

A Mott Haven start-up is one of three small businesses in the Bronx to win an entrepreneurship award for innovative business plans that set environmental sustainability as a priority.

Mixed feelings surround strip club’s future

Mixed feelings surround strip club’s future

Jobs January 13, 2017 at 4:50 pm 2 comments

Sin City comes in front of the State Liquor Authority on Jan. 25 for a renewal of its liquor license. Some side with the borough president, who wants the club’s license revoked, while others say they are an important neighborhood asset.

Boutique brings Madison Avenue ‘frisson’ to gritty Port Morris

Boutique brings Madison Avenue ‘frisson’ to gritty Port Morris

Business, Economy December 9, 2016 at 3:09 pm 0 comments

Most of the pieces in the store, which can range from $200 to $1000, were created by Bronx designers.

City’s plan for Lower Concourse draws fire

City’s plan for Lower Concourse draws fire

Environment, Jobs December 9, 2016 at 9:08 am 1 comment

A massive development project coming to the Grand Concourse could have a significant adverse impact on the area if it proceeds as it’s now envisioned, according to an environmental consultant for the city.

Last Bronx bookstore sets to close

Last Bronx bookstore sets to close

Business, Culture December 3, 2016 at 12:35 pm 1 comment

The borough’s last remaining bookstore – a Barnes and Noble in Bay Plaza – will close on December 31st, the company has announced, saying it can no longer pay the rising rent. It will be replaced by a Saks 5th Avenue. “Everyone’s upset,” said a cashier from behind a signRead More

Farmers market strives to keep prices affordable

Farmers market strives to keep prices affordable

Economy November 4, 2016 at 9:45 am 0 comments

Prices are higher but food is better, customers say If you had less than $50 dollars to spend on groceries this week – the amount that low-income New Yorkers receive in nutritional assistance – would you spend $5 on a dozen eggs? How about $10 on a pound of ground beef? Some BronxRead More

Salad marks first step toward healthier Bronx

Salad marks first step toward healthier Bronx

Business, Health, Uncategorized October 28, 2016 at 7:03 pm 0 comments

The Bronx Salad is part of a campaign by area nonprofits to bring healthier food to local restaurants and bodegas.

Local food & drink tourism booms

Local food & drink tourism booms

Culture, Economy October 12, 2016 at 3:54 pm 0 comments

This “Savor the Bronx – Brewery & Distillery” tour has offered insights into the thriving craft-beverage business in the Bronx since May, and most tours have been sold out.