In the current issue of the Observer, Chris Shott takes a look at the people who pull together the concessions at the U.S. Open. In terms of hedonistic indulgences, ya ya yow.
“Last year, we did 230,000 hamburgers and hot dogs, 30,000 pizzas, 5,000 pounds of pasta, 13 tons of steaks, 77,000 pounds of Read More
If you can’t beat ‘em, bank on ‘em. Each week, Chris Shott of Counter Espionage and Shott on Location acclaim will mark the city’s banking boom by highlighting new additions to its burgeoning corner-branch population.
For years, the bucolic boutique-lined streets of Boerum Hill went untouched by the banking industry’s ravenous real-estate appetite. Read More
The Real Estate today launches a new weekly feature called Shott on Location. Counter Espionage columnist Chris Shott will blog live about shops, stores, restaurants, bars, clubs and other retail locales around the city.
“Do you have to pay for wireless?” asked a lady in a fuzzy gray sweater, seated upon the Read More
Hugo IS Boss on Fifth
Suck on this, Champs Elysées! For the third year running, New York’s Fifth Avenue boasts the most exorbitant retail rents on the planet.
According to brokerage Cushman & Wakefield’s annual talley, which tracks the world’s top 233 shopping locations across 47 countries:
An average 1,000 square foot unit on Read More