Wellness Center in East NY!

Hello East New York lovers!

So sorry I have been out of touch! I have been so incredibly busy. Right now I am in massage therapy school undergoing a rigorous educational regimen. The end goal is to open a small wellness center in East New York. There services such as yoga, pilates, spa services, therapeutic and swedish massage sessions would take place. At low cost and/or sliding scale for the members of the East NY community, it will be incredibly helpful in providing for the community alternative health and relaxation services normally not afforded to us. 

School is hard and incredibly exhausting. But I am suffering for you to bring some luxuries to this community. I hope I will be able to get all your assistance when I am in start up phase. Tonight I am applying for a grant to help with start up costs for the center. Later in the year I hope to be looking for space. I hope to get volunteers that are a part of the wellness community to come in and assist in educating and caring for all of our health and well being.

I will be in touch monthly or weekly if I can. Making additions to this blog and showing the rest of Brooklyn and New York just how wonderful this community is.



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Come to East NY for locally grown food.


If memory serves me correctly, I was once told that East NY has the largest garden population in the five buroughs. If you like to buy local, this is the place to be! http://eastnewyorkfarms.org/

East New York Farms! grows fresh food for our community and provides support to help others do the same. We manage two urban farms–the UCC Youth Farm and Hands and Heart Garden— and work with an ever-growing network of gardeners representing backyard gardens and many of the over 60 community gardens throughout East New York.

Business Spotlight: LDCENY


Found out about this company when I learned about the merchant event they seem to be sponsoring. Although I find it strange it’s not up on their website, they offer so much for the East NY community! http://ldceny.org/

Who We Are
and What We Do

The Local Development Corporation of East New York is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to making East Brooklyn a better place to live and work. We pursue this objective by promoting a physical environment and other conditions that are supportive to businesses, large and small. LDC initiatives include working with city agencies to promote safety and sanitation, preserving and developing the local industrial base and attracting new businesses to the area. The LDC provides support to businesses located in the community’s industrial areas, commercial strips and retail malls. We also provide assistance to individuals who are starting or expanding businesses. These range from sole proprietorships with a few employees to larger companies employing hundreds of people.

If you are looking for a home for your business, why not take a look of what East New York has to offer. If you are considering locating here and need assistance with identifying and acquiring a location, the LDC looks forward to working with you. We will also assist you in negotiating the various city agencies as well as identifying and obtaining financing, if necessary. Should you need assistance in putting together a business plan and / or loan proposal, we are here for you as well. In short, we will be your advocate every step of the way.

The business professionals on our staff offer expertise in a variety of business areas, including financing, marketing, and management. If you are a small business owner or aspire to become one, the LDCENY has resources that can help you to succeed.

We train and counsel entrepreneurs, provide support for local industry, and initiate projects for the improvement of the community and the quality of life of local residents. Through these efforts, the LDCENY is helping East New Yorkers to build prosperity.

The LDCENY is organized into the following divisions: industry, business development, environment, and housing. The work of each division is critical to achieving the overall mission of the organization.

East New York Brooklyn Business Opportunities!

Are you a 

merchant looking to
sell your pr


Friday, April 26, 2013

3 pm – 6 pm

Pitkin Avenue at Vermont Street

The LDC of East New York is launching a campaign on Pitkin Avenue (between Pennsylvania Ave. and So. Conduit Blvd) to attract new businesses to the area, and what better way to introduce the community to new shopping possibilities!
This outdoor venture will provide options for community shoppers and give property owners a chance to connect with possible tenants.
IT’S FREE!! You just need to bring your own tables, chairs, and tent.
Please call Gail Davis, LDCENY at 718.385.6700 x 20 or email gaild@ldceny.org for reservation.
no rain date.