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NYC’s MetLife Building picks major firm to run iconic tower in surprise twist

The MetLife Building, the crown jewel of the Grand Central East Midtown office district, is set to bring all of its assets under a single owner and manager, Realty Check has learned. In a move that surprised industry insiders, CBRE secured triple crown status for the office tower, acting as property manager, asset manager and […]

NYC’s Low-Income Neighborhoods Overwhelmed by Migrant Shelters

Low-income New Yorkers are raising alarm bells that Mayor Eric Adams (Democrat) is placing most of the migrant shelters in their already impoverished neighborhoods, siphoning resources meant for Americans in need. New York City is home to a staggering 193 government-run migrant shelters, none of which are in zip codes with the top five median […]

NYC’s Midtown coalition won’t make a dent in sleaze & menace

Memo to Mayor Eric Adams and Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg: Cheers from the Bronx to the new “Midtown Community Improvement Coalition” because, yes, the Squeegee Men are back at the corner of 9th Avenue and West 40th Street. Mayor Eric Adams, along with New York City District Attorney Alvin Bragg, announced plans for a […]

Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks light up NYC’s skyline

The New York City skyline lit up red, white and blue for Macy’s Fourth of July fireworks display, but this year the west side of Manhattan had the best seat at the show. The West Side Highway between Christopher and Washington streets was packed more than two hours before the start of the 48th annual […]

Violent Brawls Erupt After NYC’s Pride Parade

Fights and shouting erupted in New York City’s Washington Square Park on Sunday after a packed Pride parade. The end of so-called “Pride Month” saw many people punching each other and scratching each other’s hair, with bystanders filming on their mobile phones. New York Post report Monday. Video footage show One woman punches another and […]

Monkey business! Meet Ticky, NYC’s viral-sensation tow-trucking primate

It’s a jungle, exactly the kind of scenery she likes. A 3-year-old spider monkey named Tikki made a funny special appearance recently in the Bronx, wearing a diaper while frolicking around his owner’s tow truck. “Everybody wants to take a picture with her,” “Junior,” 40, told The Washington Post on Monday, referring to his lanky […]

Eric Adams’ booster Eleonora Srugo one of NYC’s top brokers

He is Mayor Eric Adams’ biggest supporter and is a great broker with great perspective. Superbooster Eleonora Srugo is a luxury real estate agent with Douglas Elliman who has also been talked about online as a potential candidate for “Real Housewives of New York.” Srugo, who is politically sensitive on issues ranging from education to […]

NYPD clears delivery bikes from NYC’s Roosevelt Hotel shelter

The NYPD has removed dozens of delivery bikes parked outside the Roosevelt Hotel as part of an increased crackdown on unregistered and illegal mopeds and e-bikes across the city, according to information obtained by the New York Post. A landmark Midtown hotel near Grand Central Terminal was converted into a migrant shelter last year, but […]