After a two-year delay, a new office building is set to go up in the Meatpacking District, though no timetable for start of construction has been set.
Patricia Harper has had her studio in the heart of the Garment District for five years. But as the area changes, she worries about being left behind. Story by Kate Racovolis and Laura Fosmire. To read more about this story, click here. Jeffrey Schwager runs a business selling designer clothing in the Garment District, which […]
For years, the residents and stakeholders in New York’s Garment District have worked against economic and policy trends to preserve the soul of this neighborhood – the fashion industry. How will their collective efforts pay off in 10 years?
Athletic director, Kerri-Ann McTiernan takes a “win at all costs” attitude to succeed with a sports program at a school known more for prowess at the sewing machine than on the field.
Jennifer Cole left a successful business in Jackson, Mississippi to tackle the mean fashion world of New York. Unfamiliar surroundings and financial hardships aside, Cole has persevered.
Expanded concourses, million dollar suites, and high-end restaurant food among the new amenities.
New York looks to other global fashion cities like Paris, Milan, and London and to the continuing influence of Asia to help sustain its dominant place in the fashion world.
The Municipal Art Society of New York’s new report on the Garment District highlights the strengths and weaknesses of one of the nation’s premier fashion neighborhoods.
Although the Knicks value’ continues to soar despite their home arena being closed, local business around Madison Square Garden aren’t so fortunate during the NBA lockout.