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Metro New York District

Services we provide

Our office provides help with SBA services including funding programs, counseling, federal contracting certifications, and disaster recovery. We can also connect you to our partner organizations, lenders, and other community groups that help small businesses succeed.

Areas we serve

The Metro New York District Office services 14 counties in New York City, Long Island, and the surrounding area. We have offices in Manhattan and Hauppauge.

Office locations

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  • New York City - Main office

    26 Federal Pl., Suite 3100
    New York, NY 10278

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    Phone: 212-264-4354
  • Hauppauge

    350 Motor Pkwy., Suite 109
    Hauppauge, NY 11788

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    Phone: 631-454-0750

Our staff

  • John Mallano

    District Director

Doing business in our area

Learn how to register your business, access state and federal resources, and find lenders in our area.

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Success stories

  • Picture Farm owners Owners Chris Bren, Ben Freedman and Todd Stewart

    SBA Helped Picture Farm Grow

    Picture Farm Production is a global integrated production and post-production company started in 2003 in Brooklyn, NY. Owners Chris Bren, Ben Freedman and Todd Stewart have grown the company from a...

  • LaToya Smith behind a video camera

    A Good Problem to Have

    LaToya M. Smith of Brass City Media was freelancing for a Fortune 500 company when the company asked her to sign a three-year contract to do all of their media production. Though she had worked for...

  • Dawn Kelly behind the counter at The Nourish Spot

    Nourishing Employment Opportunities

    In 2015, Dawn Kelly was laid off from her corporate communications job of more than 15 years. She thought she would retire as an employee of this company. Instead, she found herself at a crossroad and...

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