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Lower retail rents and the pedestrian energy along Billionaires’ Row have brought the Italian fashion company Moschino back to Madison Avenue for the first time in over 15 years. Sources say the upcoming 1,200-square-foot boutique is in 635 Madison Ave. on the northeast corner of East 59th Street. The fun fashion firm leased the former Camper store...

Banca d’Italia is looking for a dynamic, well-organized Office Manager/Bookkeeper to join its representative office in New York City.  Main Responsibilities include: Prepare payroll and tax filings; Tax compliance and contacts with consultants; Liaise with suppliers of goods and services; Manage routine accounting, such as invoice payments and data...

The morning sunlight streams into the arched, wood-panelled bay window of the Sunset Tower hotel’s restaurant. Maria Giulia Prezioso Maramotti – in a classic Max Mara blazer, periwinkle in shade – is sitting at the table, bathed in sunshine and patiently awaiting a cup of peppermint tea. The serenity and romance of the moment seems a mere reprieve...

On a nondescript, two way street just off the B1 bus stop on Avenue X stands a bagel shop, nail salon, and, tucked just in between, the billowing, green, white and red Italian flag decorating the A&S Pork Store. The 73-year-old Italian Salumeria, or “pork store”, is run by Joseph Paolillo, aka Joe Sr, and his son, Joe Pork. For over 40 years, the s...

The Little Italy Association has obtained a copy of the Lovely Warren administration's $100,000 "Commercial Corridor Study" report, published a few days ago by the City Administration and its private consultant, Place Dynamics. The Little Italy Association participated in the study as an invited member of the study's focus group, as did Italian-Ame...

M. Rosaria Piomelli, an architect and former dean of architecture at The City College of New York, has been recognized by the Carnegie Corporation of New York as a Great Immigrant. Every Fourth of July, Carnegie Corporation honors Andrew Carnegie’s legacy by celebrating the wide-ranging contributions of immigrants who enrich American communities an...

Kayla Santosuosso does not eat pizza with a fork. Want a slice to eat while walking? Go to Elegante. Want to sit and eat some pizza? Find a table at Lombardo’s. Who was once a little girl sitting in her father’s pizza restaurant in Ohio, is now an organizer and activist fighting for change in Bay Ridge. She’s also Council Member Justin Brannan’s ne...

Finding an oasis of calm in Manhattan is a tall order, but the Moxy Hotel Chelsea, nestled in New York’s Flower District, is that rare treat. With nods to Art Deco and Italian Futurism, this 349-room hotel, which opened in February, ushers you into a Roman idyll that compliments the offerings of the nearby NoMad and Ace Hotels. Occupying a new 35-s...

Today, on June 25th, we remember George Orwell’s birthday, which amazingly predicted much of today's surveillance society. But there’s also another piece of news, in the field of digital communication: the launch of a brand-new project, born in Italy and developed in the United States of America. In the Auditorium of ComoNExT – Innovation Hub, Lake...

“Una Vetrina per celebrare il Made in Italy, la bellezza, lo stile e il gusto italiani. La Voce di New York è lieta di presentare “Vetrina Italiana”, in collaborazione con l’Italy America Chamber of Commerce, esclusivo “giornale nel giornale”, da oggi online, dedicato alle imprese eccellenti del nostro Paese che hanno voglia di raccontare la loro s...

Caruso Menswear, an Italian clothier, is opening a new showroom on Madison Avenue in Midtown, Commercial Observer has learned. The 50-year-old menswear company signed a lease for 1,855 square feet on the 27th floor of 501 Madison Avenue, located between East 52nd and East 53rd streets. The full-floor space comes with a terrace, and Caruso will use...

The New York office of the Italian Trade Agency (ITA) is seeking a full-time Food and Wine Market Analyst. The ideal candidate should have the following qualifications: A degree in Economics, Business Administration, Marketing and/or Communication; Experience in the food and wine trade industry in the Italian and US markets; Understanding of the fo...