The Furman Center Releases Report on the Impacts of NYC’s Business Improvement Districts

Research & Policy | July 25th 2007

On July 25, 2007, the Furman Center released a report measuring the impact that NYC’s Business Improvement Districts have on the value of properties within their district.

The Benefits of Business Improvement Districts: Evidence from New York City is the first empirical analysis on the effects that BIDs have on property values, and can be used to better understand the role these organizations play in local economic development.

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