Small Businesses Can Now Apply for NYC’s New Opportunity Fund
New York City is preparing to pump out $75 million to help small businesses — that means Lower Manhattan storefronts, restaurants and services could be eligible for loans of up to $250,000 each. The NYC Small Business Opportunity Fund is a public-private program and part of Mayor Adams’s Blueprint for Recovery. About 1,500 businesses will be served by the money, with the goal of unleashing resources to aid business growth and survival as independent operations are still recovering from the Covid fallout. The loans will have a 4 percent interest rate and offer flexible terms for…
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