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Hospitals fill as state sees most Covid cases since January

New York state reported 11,300 new Covid-19 cases, the most since January, as dozens of hospitals neared capacity. Total patients hospitalized for the...

State is set to refinance One World Trade Center

A state agency approved $700 million in bonds to refinance debt used for One World Trade Center, the tallest building in New York...

Landlords are less likely to reply to applicants with Black and Latino names: study

Across the U.S., landlords are less likely to respond to applicants with African American and Latino-sounding names when renting properties, a practice that...

SALT cap boost in House bill destined for changes by Senate

House Democrats from high-tax states celebrated the inclusion of a more generous state and local tax deduction in the House-passed version of President...

Peloton sued by investor over faulty post-Covid projections

Peloton Interactive Inc. falsely assured investors its dramatic Covid-inspired sales surge would continue after the end of the pandemic, a Florida pension fund...

Former Sony building nabs Chubb as anchor tenant

The insurance firm Chubb has signed as anchor tenant at Manhattan’s 550 Madison Ave., the former Sony Building. The company is leasing 240,000...

MTA plans to delay fare hikes for six months

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority plans to delay scheduled fare hikes for six months and will suspend potential service cuts “indefinitely” as the agency...

Wells Fargo sues to foreclose on Standard High Line Hotel

Wells Fargo & Co. sued to seize and sell the Standard High Line Hotel in New York on behalf of its creditors, claiming...

Danny Meyer-led SPAC will take Panera Brands public

Panera Brands, the owner of Panera Bread and Einstein Bros. Bagels, will go public again in a listing backed by Shake Shack Inc....

Brooklyn gets 550 new homes with borough’s tallest skyscraper

Brooklyn’s first supertall skyscraper is nearing completion, bringing about 400 rental apartments and 150 condos to one of New York’s most in-demand real...

Trump can operate Bronx golf course pending lawsuit, judge rules

The Trump Organization can continue to operate New York’s Ferry Point golf course in the Bronx while its lawsuit over the city’s cancellation...

New York City reclaims spot as No. 1 holiday travel destination

New York City has reclaimed its spot as the No. 1 travel destination for U.S. tourists—at least when it comes to the upcoming...

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