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As the city staggers on, cost to lives and livelihoods keeps rising

CrainsNewYork.com (Real Estate) 1/15 8:31A Bloomberg
Times Square is quiet, Broadway is dark, offices are empty. As New York City staggers though January, the cost of this pandemic, both in lives and livelihoods, just keeps rising. Caseloads remain... To view the full story, click the title link.

McGuire and Yang shake up fundraising for public finance mayoral candidates

CrainsNewYork.com (Real Estate) 1/15 7:04A Brian Pascus
The latest campaign finance numbers for the New York City mayoral race paint a picture of haves and have-nots among a crowded field of candidates. The announcement from Ray McGuire’s campaign that... To view the full story, click the title link.

New York City’s tributes to Martin Luther King Jr.

6sqft.com 1/15 5:00A Devin Gannon
Stanziola, P. (1964) Mayor Wagner greets Dr. & Mrs. Martin Luther King, Jr. at City Hall / World-Telegram & Sun photo by Phil Stanziola. 1964. [Photograph]; Courtesy of the Library of Congress While...

Mamdami looks to address 'failures of capitalism' in Assembly

CrainsNewYork.com (Real Estate) 1/15 2:00A Brian Pascus
As only the third Muslim to serve in the state Assembly—and the first South Asian man elected to any office in New York City—Zohran Mamdami is ready to make an impact. The 29-year-old is riding high... To view the full story, click the title link.

Girl Scouts look to exit lease at Trump’s 40 Wall St.

CrainsNewYork.com (Real Estate) 1/14 10:19A Bloomberg
The Girl Scouts’ New York City chapter is the latest organization seeking to cut ties with President Donald Trump. Girl Scouts of Greater New York is reviewing options to exit a long-term lease at... To view the full story, click the title link.

NYPD is accused of abuse in state lawsuit over BLM protests

CrainsNewYork.com (Real Estate) 1/14 7:13A Bloomberg
New York state’s top law enforcement official sued New York City’s police department and Mayor Bill de Blasio over officers’ treatment of people protesting racial injustice after the murder of George... To view the full story, click the title link.

Yang kicks off mayoral run with guaranteed-income pledge

CrainsNewYork.com (Real Estate) 1/14 3:24A Bloomberg
Tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang, a former presidential contender, officially declared his run for New York City mayor. In a campaign video released late Wednesday on Twitter, Yang put forth an agenda... To view the full story, click the title link.

See the mass vaccination site now open at the Javits Center

6sqft.com 1/13 6:59A Devin Gannon
All photos courtesy of Don Pollard/ Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo  on Flickr Nearly 10 months after the Jacob K. Javits Center became a temporary hospital during the peak of the coronavirus...

City to terminate Trump contracts after Capitol insurrection

CrainsNewYork.com (Real Estate) 1/13 4:24A https://www.crainsnewyork.com/po
New York City will terminate business contracts with President Donald Trump after last week's insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Wednesday. “I’m here to announce that... To view the full story, click the title link.

Commercial real estate will get worse before it gets better

CrainsNewYork.com (Real Estate) 1/12 2:00A Natalie Sachmechi
As if things couldn't get worse for commercial real estate in New York City, experts say the market won't reach its bottom until the spring. But it isn't all bad news. That's also when the Covid-19... To view the full story, click the title link.

The ‘Posh Portals’ of New York City

NYTimes.com (Real Estate) 1/12 1:00A Julie Lasky
A new book looks at how grand entrances have helped define some of the city’s most exclusive apartment houses.

Health workers balking at vaccine are tempted with pizza, iPads

CrainsNewYork.com (Real Estate) 1/11 5:17A Bloomberg
In North Carolina and Ohio, most nursing-home employees are declining the Covid-19 vaccine. A Florida physician and a New York City paramedic are saying no. The federal government, which left the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Vaccine sign-up process is ‘bewildering,’ Stringer says

CrainsNewYork.com (Real Estate) 1/11 4:39A Bloomberg
New York City residents looking to get vaccines are confronting a “bewildering sign-up process” that is hindering plans to speed up inoculations, Comptroller Scott Stringer said on Twitter. The... To view the full story, click the title link.
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