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Torkia International

Torkia International

The City of New York, in an effort to increase revenues, decided to limit the sale of any items carrying City logos. Torkia International, […] more→

Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market

Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market

In the 1990’s a rezoning led to the eventual redevelopment of parcels along Sixth Avenue where The Annex Antique Fair & Flea Market had […] more→

Outfront Media

Outfront Media

Neighborhoods across the City were angry about the proliferation of outdoor signs due to the dramatic increase in advertising budgets and new sign technologies […] more→

Theory

Theory

Theory, which is one of the world’s leading high-end retailers, planned to construct its new headquarters building on a prominent Gansevoort Street corner in […] more→

Soho House

Soho House

The iconic London club, Soho House, required many permits in order to open a new location in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan. Soho House […] more→

Blockbuster

Blockbuster Category: Government Relations Subcategory: Licensing/Permitting Problem: Blockbuster, one of the world’s leading providers of videos, DVDs and video games announced a nationwide trading […] more→

Friends of the High Line

Friends of the High Line

Category: Government Relations;  Subcategory: Budget; Land Use Planning + Zoning; Community Relations + Mobilization Problem: In the Giuliani Administration, the City issued a mandate to tear […] more→

Alliance for the Arts

Alliance for the Arts

The Alliance for the Arts, a not-for-profit organization which serves the entire New York City and State cultural communities through research and advocacy and […] more→

Lobbying Success Story – Orwasher’s Handmade Bread

Orwasher’s Handmade Bread Category: Government Relations Subcategory: Regulatory Land Use Issues Problem: The owner of a major bakery on the Upper East Side was […] more→