Read more…Here’s the rest of the news from Hell’s Kitchen this week…We were in a movie mood this week. The prospect of the cinema returning to VIA 57 this summer and the BAFTA awards whetting our appetite for the Oscars got us thinking about when Hell’s Kitchen has been on the big screen. Read more…Converting office buildings into apartments is a key strategy for Mayor Adams’ housing plans. (Gothamist)“You can’t stay home in your pajamas all day” — Mayor Adams is not a fan of remote working for New Yorkers. (SkyWatch Dynamics)Freeze FrameIt was good to see Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum flying the flag for the Ukraine last night.
“Sister buildings” 662 9th Avenue and 373 W46th Street (to its right) are on the market for the first since 1973, having appreciated in value from $77,000 to an asking price of $26 million. This was 1973, he bought both the properties for $77,000 total — this building and the building next door,” said John. The couple became beloved parts of Restaurant Row in their own right, with Bettibar’s five-hour hour making it a fixture. But the grim economic picture for Restaurant Row meant they called time in September 2020. “Sister buildings” 662 9th Avenue and 373 W46th Street (to its right) are on the market for the first since 1973, having appreciated in value from $77,000 to an asking price of $26 million.4 months ago W42ST
New York City’s unemployment rate ticked up to 5.9%, far higher than the 3.5% figure for the nation as a whole. As people left the city during the pandemic, the number of city residents with jobs declined by 9%, according to the report. (The city’s employment number tracks jobs in the city, which are held by both city residents and commuters.) Average workday office occupancy in New York City jumped up to 47%, as New Yorkers settled back after the holidays into their COVID-era normal work routines. THE CITY is an independent, nonprofit news outlet dedicated to hard-hitting reporting that serves the people of New York.2 months ago W42ST