Lucky winners of this Brook Avenue Apartments housing lottery may qualify for rents as low as $397 a month for a studio apartment in the Bronx. A total of 42 newly constructed apartments will be available for those meeting income and household size requirements.
The United States Post Office often gets a bad rap, especially this time a year when the tracking goes from "waiting to be mailed, straight to delivered." I have no issues with the Post Office, but then I just might have a unique perspective in to the USPS as my Uncle Tommy was a letter carrier for over 30 years. It is amazing, even though he has been retired for 20 years, he can still tell you zip codes and addresses for most of the businesses in the town where he worked and lived. Yes, random trivia but he was a dedicated postal employee and proud to be.
Mayor Adams welcomes migrants to New York CityPhoto byImages from Twitter. Daniel Barber represents the New York City Housing Authority and its 339,000 tenants. New York plans to spend hundreds of millions of dollars on migrants and he is disgusted by this.
NEW YORK (PIX11) — From a beloved barbershop owner expanding his job training program all the way to a massive new facility to helping bring back your heat and hot water service, PIX11 News is making it happen this holiday week. Pix11’s Monica Morales joins us now with an...
NEW YORK (PIX11) — After reaching 66.6 million visitors spending more than $47 billion in 2019, a record high, according to the office of the state comptroller. The number of tourists dropped by 67 percent, with spending falling more than 70 percent in 2020. The fiscal health of the city rides on those numbers. And […]
The local government watchdog group CivicJC has called out city officials for holding more than one job in Jersey City or for Hudson County, known as “double dipping,” taking aim at the administration of Mayor Steven Fulop. Esther Wintner, the president of CivicJC and the author of a...
It’s no secret that the holidays can be stressful, especially when you’re shopping for gifts, visiting family, and dealing with travel. The most effective way to calm nerves during these stressful times might be to take a few puffs. There are some pretty awesome weed deals to be...
Although New York is amazing, an increasing number of people are moving out of it. The reality is that job opportunities are fewer than before. This, combined with a high cost of living, makes NYC an unsuitable location for many. Furthermore, the New York City lifestyle isn’t for everyone. It is always busy, loud, and filled with crowds. Living in a place like this can be exciting, especially when you are young. However, it can become a little too much after a while. Luckily, there are many great places you can relocate to and call your new home. These five cities New Yorkers are moving to offer a great lifestyle you will surely be happy with.
Stay away from Oniontown, New York. Dutchess County New York is an area of 825 square miles of city and countryside, mostly countryside. One small portion of this area, named Oniontown, is off limits to you. This short half mile stretch of road will greet you with 'do not enter' and no trespassing signs yet some have ignored the warnings, and regretted it.
True to her socialist ideals, Queens City Councilwoman Tiffany Cabán is on a new crusade against the city’s private sector, seeking to outlaw firing. The city’s “Just Cause” law bars fast-food companies from firing or laying off workers or even cutting their hours by more than 15% “without just cause or a legitimate economic reason.” As The Post’s Carl Campanile reports, Cabán and city Comptroller Brad Lander want to radically expand it “to cover all employees and employers within the city regardless of size or pay.” And the micromanaging wouldn’t stop there: Cabán’s draft bill also requires employers to fill every...
Eric Adams’ Republican rival in the election for City Hall last year, Guardian Angels founder Curtis Sliwa, is calling on the Department of Investigation to probe the mayor’s dealings with convicted felons and his hiring of cronies with checkered pasts or questionable qualifications for top government posts. “It’s one outrage after another outrage,” Sliwa said in a letter sent to DOI Commissioner Jocelyn Strauber, which was copied to the US Attorneys for the Southern District in Manhattan and the Eastern District in Brooklyn. Sliwa asked DOI to determine whether Adams was getting free meals at Osteria La Baia restaurant, which is operated...
Urban Upbound in LIC was approved Monday for a conditional cannabis dispensary license. The State Cannabis Control Board on Monday approved the first Conditional Adult-Use Retail Dispensary Licenses—including six to Queens organizations. Those borough groups are:. Gabbys Green LLC; CGG Enterprises Inc.; Suzanne M Furboter; Anthony Crapanzano; Urban Weeds...
The recent revitalisation of Rockefeller Center has drawn visitors from both near and far to its well-honed curation of retail, culinary and design-savvy offerings. It’s a revolution that has been quietly happening over the past few years, first with the transformation of a 1930s rooftop space, perched on top of Radio City Music Hall, into Radio Park – a half-acre garden and terrace available for business tenants to use – by the landscape design firm HM White in 2021, followed by the makeover of the lobby in 50 Rockefeller Plaza by the New York design firm Studio Mellone, that was unveiled earlier this year. Even its iconic ice-skating rink enjoyed a new second life as the roller-skating disco, Flipper’s Roller Boogie Palace, during summer 2022.
The holiday season is upon us, bringing an opportunity to thank the people who helped you throughout the year. If you live in a New York City apartment building, that means doling out tips for building staff, but if you’re unfamiliar with the custom, it can be hard to know how much to do.
NYC is magical this time of year and this years holiday displays are breath taking. Theres nothing like strolling the streets of NYC to experience them, but we have fabulous videos today that will make you feel like youre like youre there. Watch Elton John at the unveiling of the Saks Fifth Avenue windows; Billy Porter at the unveiling of Bloomingdales displays; and check out the videos of Macys and Bergdorfs windows. And Hudson Yards is definitely worth a special visit.
A Brooklyn woman invited all of New York City to her Thanksgiving dinner this week, setting up a whole meal inside a subway car to feed strangers. CBS2’s Hannah Kliger has more on the story behind the viral movement. Videos are circling online, many with more than 1 […]...