Access to affordable, quality food is critical to building strong neighborhoods. The Food Retail Expansion to Support Health (FRESH) program brings healthy and affordable food options to communities by lowering the costs of owning, leasing, developing, and renovating supermarket retail space. Since launching in 2009, 28 projects have been approved for FRESH tax incentives across five
More than five years after a three-alarm fire destroyed a Manhattanville supermarket and laundromat, construction has resumed on the site at 1440 Amsterdam Avenue. DNAinfo reported that residents were devastated by the news and worried about where they would shop for food now, but owner Lefkas Realty has already thought of that: According to permits
WE ACT Update: Mayor Commits to Environmental & Climate Justice, Free Solar Training, Membership Meeting, Advocacy Day, & Electric School Bus Plan
We Act empowering communities to power change. Updates on New York City’s commitment to Environmental & Climate Change; Free Solar Installation Training for New Yorkers; WeAct’s Membership Meeting, February 12, 2022; and more..
Web Version Spanish Version Chinese (Simplified) Version French UPDATE: Mayor’s Budget Announcement DOE UPDATE: Free Summer Meals REGISTER BY JULY 7 – DEADLINE EXTENDED: Family and Community Wellness Collective DOE UPDATE: Summer Rising Begins July 6 DOE UPDATE: Pandemic EBT – Families to Receive Food Benefits DOE UPDATE: Let’s Get Vaccinated! UPDATE: Open Meetings Law