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Manufacturing in New York City isn't dead after all

from New York Daily News

ceStone, a Brooklyn, N.Y.-based manufacturer of kitchen counters from recycled materials just added three workers and is about to tap seven more. The Brooklyn Navy Yard, bustling with distilleries, woodworkers and tech-driven manufacturers, has gone from 3,600 jobs in 2001 to nearly 7,000 jobs today. Industry City, an industrial building in Sunset Park that's courting a new wave of manufacturing tenants, currently houses 2,400 jobs and looks to have 15,000 over the next 10 years. Manufacturing in New York City isn't dead after all. The long dwindling sector, which hemorrhaged at least 5,000 jobs a year from 1997 to 2010, has held steady for three years straight, according to a new study released by the Center for an Urban Future. more


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