New York City reached a crucial economic milestone last week when it exceeded the total number of jobs New Yorkers had pre-pandemic.
In early September, Host Hotels & Resorts said that because of the wildfires in Maui its three hotels on the island would be closed to guests until the middle of this month and net income for August from the properties would fall by $5 million. Yet only eight days after that unfortunate news, the company […]
The Michelin Guide isn’t just for restaurants. The service guide for travelers announced Thursday it will add a rating symbol for hotels that carries the same prestige as its star system for fine dining.
New York Mayor Eric Adams has embarked on a four-day journey to Mexico, Ecuador and Colombia to speak with government officials and prospective migrants. Adams’ mission is to dissuade the would-be migrants from trekking to New York.
Crain’s New York Business: Airbnb says city open to ‘workable and reasonable’ compromise on listings
A top Airbnb official said City Hall is interested in helping restore listings depleted by a city law that took effect last month…
New York City’s emergency shelter system already was overloaded before a surge of migrant asylum-seekers began arriving last spring on buses from other states.
City & State New York: Council members accuse City Hall of telling contractors to stay away from Council hearing
Mayor Eric Adams is deliberately obstructing oversight of over $1 billion in city contracts for asylum-seeker services, City Council members alleged at an oversight hearing Thursday.
NYC Comptroller: Comptroller Lander Delivers Testimony on Asylum Seeker Contracts before the City Council Committees on Oversight and Contracts
New York, NY—Today, City Comptroller Brad Lander testified before the New York City Council Committee on Oversight and Contracts regarding asylum seeker contracts. This testimony comes just days after Comptroller Lander announced a new, real-time audit of the $432 million, no-bid DocGo contract to provide shelter services to new arrivals in the city and upstate.
The pandemic hit New York City harder than any other U.S. lodging market. Tourists stayed away and business travel dried up. Dozens of hotels with thousands of guest rooms closed their doors permanently, more than in any other major market.
Commercial Observer: New York City’s Migrants Surge Enlists a Reluctant Commercial Real Estate Industry
On Sept. 6 at a town hall meeting on the Upper West Side, Mayor Eric Adams declared that the migrant crisis — which has drawn at least 110,000 immigrants seeking asylum — would destroy New York City, shocking New Yorkers and outside observers alike.