On Tuesday morning, Mayor Michael Bloomberg stepped to the podium in a brightly lit Long Island City building not far from the blacked-out areas in Queens to commiserate with an audience about the city’s “tough week.”
He did not pound the lectern. He did not raise his voice. And, despite outraged protests from residents, Read More
Don’t get us wrong. We’re glad Goldman Sachs is back on board in lower Manhattan.
But despite today’s follow-ups on the story of their return, we’re left with a question.
If Goldman’s problem with the previous arrangement was the tunneling of West Street called for in the Ground Zero master plan, why were any Read More
Assistant U.S. attorney wants to see Martha Stewart decorating a cell!
On Jan. 12, Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Schachter will argue before a jury of Martha Stewart’s “peers” that the domestic diva is guilty of securities fraud, obstruction of justice, conspiracy and lying to prosecutors during their investigation of her sale of ImClone Systems stock Read More
Someone tell Rudy! In banner deals for 2001, two townhouses on East 69th Street between Fifth and Park avenues have gone into contract for $10.5 million and $11 million in the past month.
In November, a $10.5 million deal was signed to sell 46 East 69th Street, the home of the late Doris Magowan, daughter Read More