We always knew New York Post food critic, real estate columnist and jack-of-all trades Steve Cuozzo was a cuddly doll at heart. But rarely does he reveal that side in writing. Until now.
The Cuozz has an uncommonly sincere column in today’s paper about his struggle with Type 2 diabetes — the same disease whose Read More
Battle of the Skyscrapers
New York Post Jack-of-all-trades Steve Cuozzo calls out Empire State Building owner Anthony Malkin in today’s paper for his tremendous “chutzpah” in trying to prevent a new skyscraper from obstructing his own tower’s extraordinary views.
The dispute between Mr. Malkin and landlord Vornado—which is planning to build a skyscraper at 15 Penn Plaza—was Read More
Restaurateur and beef aficionado Keith McNally persists in his habit of berating critics: now it’s Steve Cuozzo of the Post. After Cuozzo wrote a column lamenting the quality of new restaurants, McNally was moved to send Eater this email:
It’s ironic that a gutter journalist (Steve Cuozzo) from Read More
The New York Post‘s Steve Cuozzo, self-appointed defender of New York’s culinary legacy, is spitting mad at Mayor Bloomberg and the Hotel Trades Council’s Peter Ward over the demise of Tavern on the Green, which he says will continue to sit empty because the union’s labor agreement with the city is so onerous it has Read More
The Post’s Steve Cuozzo, in tip-top Cuozzo form Wednesday morning, excoriates the Bloomberg administration for allowing Tavern on the Green to languish in a state of empty decay.
In a column entitled, “Cavern on the green: Shame of famous eatery’s dark decay,” Mr. Cuozzo writes:
Nearly four months since Tavern on the Read More
Last November, the Post‘s Steve Cuozzo railed against the campaign to preserve Hotel Pennsylvania, which he called "one of the gloomiest structures between the Battery and The Bronx."
Now, the paper is listing the old Glenn Miller hangout among its "10 Endangered Buildings Worth Saving" — No. 2, in Read More
The New York Post‘s real-estate ranter Steve Cuozzo today ridicules the campaign to landmark endangered Hotel Pennsylvania, denouncing the old inn as "one of the gloomiest structures between the Battery and The Bronx."
The last-minute drive to save the hotel is flagrant anti-development obstructionism, under the thinnest possible mask of Read More
Embattled Merrill Lynch CEO Stan O’Neal has stepped down, possibly throwing a wrench into the financial giant’s almost-done deal to move uptown to Vornado’s Hotel Pennsylvania site.
The relocation discussion "is being reopened," according to the Post‘s Steve Cuozzo, citing a well-placed source: "Not back to square one, but it’s no Read More
The Financial Times Building at 1330 Avenue of the Americas is a closed deal, according to city records. Harry Macklowe dropped $498 million in a bidding war to get the building in contract. Steve Cuozzo reported that 40 percent of the building will be on the leasing market this year.
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Brookfield Properties is planning “a huge new office development” on a recently completed assemblage between Ninth and Tenth Avenues, 31st and 33rd Streets, The Post reports, behind what would be Madison Square Garden if the Moynihan-Penn Station deal ever gets done. On the other hand, don’t get too excited. Steve Cuozzo quotes a Read More