About

The Industrial Jobs Coalition is a citywide alliance of community groups, policy advocates, and service providers fighting to protect and preserve manufacturing as a sector in New York.

The Project

Protecting and preserving the manufacturing sector means that more New Yorkers, regardless of their background or educational attainment, have access to good paying jobs and economic mobility. Nearly two-thirds of New York City’s industrial jobs are available to those without a college degree, and over 80% are held by people of color.

We advocate for a zoning framework that allows manufacturers to stay in the city and ends speculation on industrial land, to ensure that the jobs being created in manufacturing areas are good jobs accessible to all New Yorkers.

In 2017, the Industrial Jobs Coalition led the campaign to require a special permit for self-storage facilities in Industrial Business Zones, to ensure that industrial land continues to be used for job creation and local economic development.

 

New York's Industrial Business Zones

 

What are Industrial Business Service Providers?

New York’s 8 Industrial Business Service Providers support 40,000 industrial firms across the city. They provide services to help retain and grow industrial businesses, including training and technical assistance, workforce development services, support in accessing government programs, financing services, and business planning.

IBSPs also help promote and advance citywide policy commitments to the city’s industrial sector and provide critical perspectives and community input for neighborhood rezonings.

Recent Blogs and Media

Related Resources

Sharing insights to help transform industrial buildings and space into places where urban manufacturing thrives and communities can grow
ANHD Analysis Reimagines How We Can Invest in Communities
ANHD and the Industrial Jobs Coalition oppose the proposed spot rezonings of 1010 and 1050 Pacific Street.
Three years since the Industrial Action Plan announcement, the Industrial Jobs Coalition grades the Administration’s progress on the 10-point agenda
Almost two years to the day since Mayor de Blasio announced his historic Industrial Action Plan, the City seems to be stepping back from their plan. Yesterday, the City Planning Commission voted on a...
The City recently certified a land-use proposal to limit self-storage development in core industrial areas. This step forward is a significant victory for City Council members and community groups...
An annual city-wide anlysis of key economic indicators broken down by neighborhood.
An examination of New York City economic development, analyzing the distribution and wages by race within the tech-sector.
The proposal for development at 25 Kent Avenue began the ULURP process in January with considerable attention. Crain's New York rightfully referred to the project as a "barometer for how...

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