Silvercup Brings Production Studios, Jobs and Economic Development to the Bronx

New York City’s iconic production studio Silvercup Studios is now expanding to the Bronx with a new studio complex in the Port Morris section of the borough.

Silvercup Studios

Silvercup Studios (photo – AAK/wikipedia)

Silvercup will invest $35 million to convert a warehouse into a 115,000-square-foot full service production facility called Silvercup North with four production studios that will have 50-foot-high ceilings.

The facility is expected to generate millions of dollars in tax revenue and create 400 production jobs in the Bronx, in addition to the 80 to 100 construction jobs while the facility is being built.

The productions that use the studios will additionally fuel the economy by purchasing goods and services from local suppliers. Shops, offices and other supporting services and space required for film and television production will be located on-site. There’s also the positive impact of the availability of these production facilities on efforts to attract new film and television productions to the five boroughs and the state.

Mayor Bill de Blasio said in a release announcing the project that “Every year the production industry injects over $7.1 billion to our local economy and creates over 130,000 jobs in New York City, and thanks to Silvercup’s new studio, the Bronx will now receive its piece of this pie.”

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. added that this expansion will not only bring new jobs and Bronx economic development, but will also help them continue to rebrand the borough and showcase the transformative development seen over the past decade.

Empire State Development President, CEO and Commissioner Howard Zemsky said in the release that the film and television industry is a key component of New York State’s economic development strategy that injects billions of dollars into the economy and creates thousands of industry jobs for New Yorkers.

Commissioner Cynthia Lopez, Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment, added that this new facility in the Bronx will not only increase stage options for the production industry, but it will also bring new jobs and business opportunities to the borough.

Silvercup CEO Alan Suna said in the release that the Bronx is undergoing a tremendous revitalization right now, and added that they’re excited to expand their studios in the Bronx as the industry continues to grow and to bring with it high quality production jobs and the resulting benefits from having this production work remain in New York.

Silvercup Studios already has New York City’s largest full-service film and television production facility at the Silvercup Main Lot in Queens, and the Silvercup East Lot has more drive-on studios. The Queens facility with the iconic Silvercup sign has been home to major motion pictures such as When Harry Met Sally and The Devil Wears Prada, and famed television productions such as the Sopranos, 30 Rock, and Gossip Girl.

With this latest expansion to the Bronx, Silvercup Studios will have more than 500,000 square feet of studio space citywide.

WeWork to Anchor $380M Building Project at Brooklyn Navy Yard With 4,000 Living Wage Jobs

Shared workspace and startup services provider WeWork will anchor a new building at The Brooklyn Navy Yard that will be developed by Boston Properties, Inc. and Rudin Development.

Brooklyn Navy Yard Dock 72 rendering

Brooklyn Navy Yard Dock 72 rendering (press photo – S9 Architecture)

The new 675,000-square-foot building, called Dock 72, is a $380 million project that will house 4,000 living wage jobs when fully occupied. WeWork will be anchoring the building with a 222,000-square-foot lease.

This project adds to the list of recent announcements at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, including the conversion of Building 77 into a one million-square-foot innovation and manufacturing hub, and the $140 million redevelopment of Admirals Row. The Navy Yard now has nearly $750 million of construction activity that is either underway or in the planning stages, Including the Dock 72 project.

This new project is also historic for Brooklyn economic development because the agreement between the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation (BNYDC) and the developers ensures that all tenants in the building will pay a living wage to their employees.

Dock 72 is the first project in Brooklyn where the new law requiring developments in NYC getting public subsidies to ensure living wages to be paid by tenants has been implemented.

Furthermore, the developers have agreed to partner with the Brooklyn Navy Yard Employment Center to match people who live nearby with job opportunities in the project, thus ensuring that it provides benefits to local residents. BNYDC will also be able to significantly expand its internship program as a result of this project.

Then there’s also the benefit of WeWork’s huge expansion in Brooklyn. NYC Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development Alicia Glen said in a release that “From start-ups to expanding firms, this new workspace is going to put thousands of New Yorkers to work and help launch the next great wave of home-grown innovation.”

NYC-based WeWork currently provides space, services and a community for more than 25,000 members spread across 43 physical locations in 16 cities and four countries. The 35,000-square-foot package that WeWork will be offering at Dock 72 includes a rooftop conference center, specialty food and beverage offerings, and a health and wellness center.

WeWork Founder and CEO Adam Neumann said in the release that this will be a model for other cities across the U.S., to demonstrate how WeWork can bring together the right partners and city officials to ignite local business and expand their community of members.

The Dock 72 project will be built to green standards and will seek LEED certification. The building design, created by S9 Architecture, incorporates the history of its surroundings in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and has been designed to drive innovation and collaboration between tenants.

BNYDC Chair Hank Gutman added that this building will be a boon to the modern, industrial ecosystems of both Brooklyn and the entire City, as it supports 4,000 new jobs and the growth of small businesses.

Avid Technology Expands Headquarters Operations to Boca Raton, Florida

Video and audio production technology company Avid Technology, Inc. is expanding its North American headquarters operations by adding an administrative hub in Boca Raton, FL.

Avid Everywhere

Avid Everywhere (photo – Psychlist1972/flickr)

Supported by Enterprise Florida, the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County and Boca Raton economic development assistance, the company is making a $2.6 million capital investment and expects to create 100 new jobs over the next three years.

Avid Technology’s award willing solutions like Media Composer and platforms like Avid Everywhere are used by some of the world’s largest media organizations, along with studios, artists and others in the entertainment and media industry to create, monetize and distribute music, feature films, videos, commercials, television shows, news broadcasts and even live concerts.

John Frederick, executive vice president, chief financial officer and chief administrative officer of Avid, said in a release announcing the project that establishing this hub for their critical administrative functions in Boca Raton will serve as a gateway location to their Latin American customers, and will give Avid access to one of the top growing talent pools in the U.S.

Frederick added that they look forward to contributing to the Palm Beach County job economy with this expansion and becoming part of the community.

Governor Rick Scott said in the release that “Avid considered national and international locations for this expansion and we’re excited to announce that they selected Florida.”

In order to secure the project, Enterprise Florida and the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) worked in partnership with the City of Boca Raton and the Business Development Board of Palm Beach County.

Enterprise Florida President and CEO Bill Johnson said in the release that they are happy to welcome Avid to Florida’s robust IT sector and look forward to their growth. Boca Raton Mayor Susan Haynie added that Avid will be a great addition to the expanding technology cluster that has developed in Boca Raton.

Palm Beach County BDB President and CEO Kelly Smallridge likewise noted that every month, more and more companies are choosing Palm Beach County to build their businesses. Smallridge added that Avid’s decision to expand into Boca Raton is a huge win and they will have a significant impact on the area.

Burlington, MA-based Avid Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:AVID) was founded in 1987 and led the revolution in non-linear editing. Their commitment to open standards and innovative technology has led to numerous media industry technology awards, including a couple of Oscars, a Grammy and over two dozen Emmys.

Pennsylvania Awards Economic Development Funding for Projects Creating, Retaining 276 Jobs

Following a meeting of the Board of the Pennsylvania Industrial Development Authority, the state announced the approval of $4.5 million in low-interest loans for four projects in Berks, Bucks, and Monroe counties.

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PIDA loans (photo

These four projects are expected to generate more than $14.6 million in investments and create a combined total of 105 new jobs and retain 171 jobs.

The Bucks County Economic Development Corporation has been awarded loans for two projects. One is a $400,000, 15-year loan at three percent, provided to assist a $3.25 million expansion project by Shades of Green, Inc. in Falls Township, PA.

The loan will help the company acquire and renovate a 109,586-square-foot building not far from its existing location. Shades of Green converts green waste into mulch, and the state assistance will allow the company to expand its growing green recycling operation. As a result of this expansion, Shades of Green will create two new jobs while retaining nine existing positions.

The second project in Bucks County receiving state assistance is a $4.55 million project by Jadeite Foods LLC in Bensalem Township, PA to establish a facility for producing tofu foods. The Bucks County Economic Development Corporation was awarded two loans for this project.

One is an $800,000, 15-year loan at 2.25 percent, awarded to help the company acquire and renovate a 13,790-square-foot building. The other $400,000, seven-year loan at three percent was awarded to help the company purchase new machinery and equipment. This project is expected to create 24 new jobs.

The PIDA Board also approved a $2 million, 15-year loan at 2.25 percent for the Greater Berks Development Fund to assist a $4.3 million relocation project by Prizer-Painter Stove Works, Inc. The company, which produces cast iron stoves, is relocating to a 347,582-square-foot building in Maidencreek Township, PA. The building formerly housed the James Hardie Industries plant that closed in 2008.

Prizer-Painter will relocate all its existing employees to this new 24-acre site, in the process retaining 162 existing jobs in Berks County and creating 40 new jobs.

The fourth project awarded loans by the PIDA Board is a $2.5 million project by Harmony Labels, Inc. to establish a manufacturing facility in East Stroudsburg Borough, PA that will produce pressure sensitive labels for personal care products.

A $500,000, 15-year loan at 2.25 percent awarded to Pocono Mountains Industries will enable Harmony Labels to acquire and renovate a 13,790-square-foot building, and another $400,000, five-year loan at 3.25 percent will help the company purchase new machinery and equipment. This project is expected to create 39 new jobs.

Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development Secretary Dennis Davin said in a release announcing these loan awards that the projects approved by the PIDA board this month are receiving the critical capital needed to support the growth of their companies.

Texas HR Services Firm Creates Jobs in Londonderry, Northern Ireland

Texas-based HR services firm OneSource Virtual has selected Londonderry in Northern Ireland as the location for its first European operations.

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Supported by Northern Ireland economic development agency Invest NI, the company is expected to create 289 new jobs at their Londonderry center by 2017.

The new jobs being created in Londonderry will be across a range of functions, where most of the new hires will have the potential to earn about $56,000. Once fully operational, the facility is expected to contribute a total of nearly $18.67 million in annual salaries to the economy.

OneSource Virtual is a leading BPO provider and services more than 30 percent of Workday’s customer base. Apart from their headquarters in Irving, TX, the company last year also announced the opening of a second office location in the U.S. in Mesa, AZ, and expects to create 120 new jobs in the Phoenix area.

The opening of the Phoenix office signaled the company’s transition to a geographic servicing model where customers in the Pacific and Mountain time zones are serviced by the Phoenix office while their central and eastern time zone customers continue to be served by the Dallas operations.

The new OneSource Virtual center in Londonderry, which will open later this year in September, will likewise provide innovative, cloud-based solutions to international firms, and will service the company’s existing clients in the U.S. as well as the new clients they expect to gain in Europe as a result of this expansion.

U.K. Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister Jonathan Bell said in a release announcing the project that this is a major project for Londonderry, and added that the company undertook a rigorous evaluation of a number of locations.

Bell said they looked at the availability of a skilled workforce and local higher education provision, as well as the quality of life, cost of living, and the financial business case.

It came down to Londonderry and another site. With Invest NI’s support, the company ultimately picked Londonderry for the project. OneSource Virtual co-founder and CEO Brian Williams said in the release that with support from Invest NI through its Skills Growth Programme, they will be providing the staff with intensive training and support throughout their career.

Williams added that they have been very impressed by the opportunities they see in Londonderry, and added that they are looking forward to working closely with the business community and local colleges and universities to help develop their center.

Comic-Con Will Continue to Boost San Diego Economic Development

Even as San Diego gears up for the 46th annual Comic Con, San Diego Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer and Comic-Con International have announced an agreement on keeping the convention in San Diego through to at least 2018.

Video – SDCC

Comic-Con International is the San Diego Convention Center’s largest event of the year by far, attracting 130,000 attendees and impacting San Diego economic development in many different ways.

The attendees fill up 59,228 hotel room nights, and the SDCC pegs their direct spending at about $80.43 million. The event provides an estimated $320,000 in wages to the Convention Center’s staff, not including the temporary employees hired just for the event.

This one convention by itself makes up a significant part of the $1 billion regional impact which the SDCC has forecasted for this year from a total of 66 conventions. Comic-Con is conservatively projected to have a regional impact of $135.9 million, and generate more than $2.76 million in tax revenue for the city.

Mayor Faulconer said in a release announcing the agreement with Comic-Con International that San Diego and Comic-Con are a natural pair, and added that they’re both extremely pleased to continue the four-decade partnership.

“San Diego residents can take heart knowing that the world-famous convention will continue to pump tens of millions into our economy to support local jobs, street repair and neighborhood services,” added Mayor Faulconer.

Comic-Con had previously committed to stay in San Diego only until 2016. The Mayor’s Office, in partnership with the San Diego Convention Center, San Diego Tourism Authority and other members of the San Diego hospitality industry, has been working for several months on this project to extend Comic-Con’s stay in San Diego.

Apart from the economic impact associated with the event, the huge media spotlight that comes with Comic-Com every year additionally serves as a highly effective tool to help San Diego economic development marketing efforts to showcase the city as an ideal location to live, work, visit and do business.

The convention’s regional impact also includes the ancillary spending by local companies that buy more advertising, hire more workers and organize their own marketing campaigns and spending plans focused around Comic-Con.

David Glanzer, spokesperson for Comic-Con, said in a release issued by the San Diego Workforce Partnership that in addition to Comic-Con’s thousands of volunteers and staff, local businesses and organizations hire additional workers who make sure the event and the city are represented in the best possible light.

Nevada Considers Economic Development Incentives for Switch Data Center Expansions

The agenda for the next meeting of the Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) Board includes an application from Switch, LTD. for tax abatements for proposed billion dollar data center investments in Storey and Clark Counties.

Nevada State Capitol

Nevada State Capitol (photo -Amadscientist/wikimedia)

Earlier this year in January, Switch had announced plans for a billion dollar expansion of its Las Vegas data center operations, and another billion dollar proposal for a new Northern Nevada center in the Tahoe Regional Industrial Center outside Reno.

In addition to the construction of the SUPERNAP 9 through SUPERNAP 12 data centers in Southern Nevada and the Tahoe-Reno SUPERNAP 1-SUPERNAP 7 data centers, Switch also plans to build what they call the SUPERLOOP. This is a fiber line with a 17,000-gig connection that will link Las Vegas to Reno, Reno to the San Francisco Bay Area, the Bay Area to Los Angeles, and then Los Angeles back to Las Vegas.

Upon request by the Nevada economic development agency, the State Legislature subsequently took up a bill (SB 170) that allowed companies undertaking new or expanded data center projects to apply to the Office of Economic Development for a partial abatement of certain property taxes and local sales and use taxes.

Switch’s tax abatement application says it is investing approximately $1,136,667,030 in capital into the Reno area for new equipment, and plans to hire 50 new employees in Storey County with an average wage of $28.98 per hour.

Their tax abatement application for the Las Vegas expansion likewise states that the company is making a capital investment of approximately $1,361,157,510 and will hire 50 new employees in Clark County with an average wage of $28.98 per hour.

Switch’s tax abatement applications are supported by the respective regional Las Vegas and Reno economic development agencies LVGEA and EDAWN.

In addition to the Switch tax abatements, the GOED Board will also consider applications for tax abatements for job creation and expansion projects in the state from a range of companies including Barclays Services, LLC;, LLC; Fulcrum Sierra BioFuels, LLC; Machine Zone, Inc.; and Xtreme Manufacturing, LLC.

The GOED Board will also consider applications from aviation companies seeking sales and personal property tax abatements that are now available to them. The list of companies whose applications may be considered include Dassault Aircraft Services Corp, Apex Aviation, Inc., Astro Aviation Corp, Cashman Equipment, Lone Mountain Aviation, Inc., Air Methods Corp, and Unmanned Systems Inc.

Winston-Salem, NC Economic Development Partnership Secure Herbalife Expansion

Global nutrition company Herbalife Ltd. announced plans for an expansion of its innovation and manufacturing facility in Winston-Salem, NC.


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Supported by the NC Commerce Dept, Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina, Forsyth County, City of Winston-Salem and economic development group Winston Salem Business, Inc., the company will invest $3.5 million by the end of this year and create 301 new jobs by the end of 2018.

The new jobs will have an average annual wage will be $54,506, notably higher than the $47,624 average annual wage in Forsyth County. Herbalife already has 404 employees in Forsyth County, and the new jobs will expand its manufacturing workforce as well as add to the company’s global IT presence.

These new jobs are in addition to the 500 jobs the company is in the process of creating at this facility as part of a previously expansion three years ago.

Governor Pat McCrory, who made the announcement of the new expansion at the Herbalife plant, said in a release that Herbalife is nearly doubling its workforce and its commitment to North Carolina. The Governor added that these new jobs will be a boost to the Piedmont Triad region.

Globally, Los Angeles, CA-based Herbalife Ltd. (NYSE:HLF) has over 7,800 employees, and generated net sales of $5 billion last year.

David Pezzullo, Herbalife executive vice president, worldwide operations, said in the release that their newest and largest facility in Winston-Salem is integral to the company’s global growth, and added that they are excited to be embarking on this next phase of investment.

Winston-Salem Business Inc. (WSBI), the economic development organization serving Winston-Salem and Forsyth County, has been working with the company since last summer to convince them that the area would be an ideal location for this expansion too.

In order to secure the project, North Carolina has offered Herbalife incentives through the Job Development Investment Grant (JDIG) program that could save the company up to $3 million. The award is in the form of twelve annual reimbursements equaling 41 percent of the company’s state personal income tax with-holdings for the eligible new jobs created.

North Carolina Commerce Secretary John E. Skvarla, III said in the release that this is yet another example of the state’s performance-based incentives helping a local manufacturer expand.

As a result of this award for Herbalife, another nearly $1 million from the JDIG program will be made available to fund infrastructure improvements in economically distressed counties. Whenever a JDIG is awarded by the state to support a project in relatively well-off locations such as Forsyth County, the program requires that a percentage of the award be allocated for investments into economic development in distressed communities.

Apart from the North Carolina and Winston-Salem economic development teams, the Herbalife expansion project was also supported by the Winston-Salem Chamber of Commerce, Forsyth Technical Community College, and the North Carolina Community College System.

Seattle Economic Development Office Seeks Partner for Manufacturing Incubator Project

The City of Seattle has put out an RFP seeking a partner for helping the City develop a manufacturing incubator that will assist and benefit manufacturing sector startups and expansions in the city.

Seattle OED manufacturing incubator

Seattle OED manufacturing incubator (photo

One of the key objectives of the partnership is to retain and create new employment in the manufacturing sector in Seattle.

Selected partners will work with the Seattle Office of Economic Development to create an affordable space for new and existing small manufacturers, lower their cost barriers, and allow them to grow and collaborate.

Recipients that meet the RFP requirements will be provided $100,000 for the development of a manufacturing incubator. The funding for this project is being sourced from the fees generated by the City’s NMTC program. New Markets Tax Credits are a federal tax credit financing tool that helps attract private investment to development and business projects located in low-income neighborhoods.

The Seattle OED created Seattle Investment Fund LLC (SIF) to participate in the NMTC program, and SIF gets the fees associated with this program. A portion of the fees are set aside for Seattle economic development initiatives to assist small businesses in the city.

For example, fees generated by these NMTC-supported investment projects have allowed the City and SIF to provide facade improvements for businesses in several key districts. It has also increased the small business lending activity by the Seattle Office of Economic Development and other organizations such as the National Development Council’s Grow Seattle Fund.

This new $100,000 manufacturing incubator project likewise seeks to assist emerging and expanding businesses in the manufacturing sector in Seattle by decreasing their cost barriers. Manufacturing businesses find it harder to take root and grow because their needs are often more complex, and require more expensive space, infrastructure and equipment.

The RFP also aims to create an environment supportive of entrepreneurial development in which startups and expanding businesses that are similar or complimentary to each other will be encouraged to network and collaborate.

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray said in a release announcing the RFP that this incubator will help local manufacturers find new ways of doing business, foster new ideas, and develop new partnerships.

Seattle City Councilmember John Okamoto, who is also an SIF Investment Committee member, said in the release that investing in emerging local businesses that create products in Seattle itself is smart business for the City.

Okamoto added that it’s great that the City and the Seattle Investment Fund LLC are using the fees from the NMTCs in an innovative way to support local manufacturers that range from food and beverage makers to metal fabricators.

NYC Economic Development Corp Launches Connect IBZ Broadband Expansion

The NYC Economic Development Corporation announced the launch of a new $5.3 million public-private partnership to expand broadband in industrial business zones (IBZs) in New York City.

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The initiative, called Connect IBZ, will invest in broadband infrastructure to construct access to high-speed Internet in these currently underserved areas.

Fast and reliable broadband has become increasingly critical for businesses of all kinds. Connect IBZ will help bridge this digital divide in the IBZs by increasing access to broadband connectivity for the businesses that need it the most.

In a release announcing the launch of Connect IBZ, NYC Economic Development Corp. Interim President Kim Vaccari said that “High-speed Internet is critical to the success of businesses in the 21st century economy, and it is imperative that we support Industrial Business Zones with the necessary infrastructure so that they can continue to provide quality jobs for New Yorkers.”

Specifically, NYCEDC is partnering with NYC-based Internet Service Providers Stealth Communications Services, LLC and Xchange Telecom Corp. to create high-speed commercial broadband networks in the Southwest Brooklyn, Long Island City, North Brooklyn, and Greenpoint-Williamsburg IBZs.

NYCEDC is investing more than $1.6 million into Connect IBZ, with funding being sourced from the New York State Connect NY Broadband Grant Program. The ISPs will additionally provide more than $3.75 million in private contributions. This public-private funding will cover the costs of creating the network and providing build-outs to at least 500 commercial tenants over the next two years.

The initial investment through Connect IBZ will serve as a launching pad for future growth, and ensure that these areas remain competitive with other locations and are able to attract and retain innovative businesses.

The fiber optic network in the Southwest Brooklyn IBZ will be built by Stealth Communications, while Xchange Telecom will be creating a fiber core, fixed-wireless edge broadband network for the Long Island City, North Brooklyn, and Greenpoint-Williamsburg IBZs.

Stealth Communications will work with NYCEDC and members of the community to select a site for outdoor wireless which people will be able to use for free. The Xchange Telecom network will enable broadband connectivity for customers wirelessly through rooftop-mounted equipment. The networks of both ISPs will offer customers broadband access at speeds ranging from 10 megabits per second to one gigabit per second or higher.

Maya Wiley, Counsel to the Mayor, said in the release that the de Blasio administration is committed to closing the digital divide, and added that thanks to this partnership with the state and local entrepreneurs, the City will make ultra-high speed service available for the first time in these outer borough neighborhoods.

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