Commercial Corridor Initiatives

How We’re Growing The Local Economy

We have played a key role in the revitalization of Fulton Street, a major commercial corridor in Brooklyn. IMPACT Brooklyn’s expert counseling provides business owners, entrepreneurs and property owners with information, mediation and resources needed to start and/or operate a successful business on any commercial corridor in Brooklyn.

Frequently asked questions about economic corridor initiatives

Our economic development efforts help local businesses band together in order to improve commercial areas and obtain government funding to assist them.
Revitalizing the Fulton Street commercial corridor by facilitating private/public partnership will bring $250,000 into the area for facades, storefronts, apartment units, and streetscape improvements.
Our Roll Up the Gates program will bring new businesses to vacant storefronts. We do this by:
  • Bringing financial institutions and small business services into the community to work with local business owners.
  • Building alliances among local Merchants Associations, elected officials and community organizations in Central Brooklyn.

Business Impact

Plain and simple, thriving businesses help our local communities survive.. We work with local entrepreneurs and small business owners to ensure they have the right legal and financial services. We also help launch new businesses and retain small businesses through mediating conflicts or assisting with lease negotiations.
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