From the Times today, a very good piece on thriving industry in Brooklyn. The number of jobs are not incidental, even as the scale and type of manufacturing continues to change. City Planning should pay attention to NYIRN – the new industry is smaller, cleaner and far more compatible with mixed-use living.
This, by the way, is not a good sign for industries looking for long-term stability:
I still have three years [on my lease],” Mr. Angel added. “We’re hoping the real estate market will crash.