Category Archives: — Neighborhoods

Why creating BatteryPark.TV was such a stroke of genius

September 18, 2018- by Steven E. Greer, MD Time Magazine has been sold again (recall, Koch Brothers’ company Meredith bought it last year, promptly to break it up and sell off the assets).

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Will Sheldon Silver ever see a day in prison?

Update September 17, 2018- As we predicted below, Shelly tried to avoid jail again by asking the judge to delay prison until his appeal is heard. But this time, the judge denied him. Therefore,

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And then there were none: BPCA Chairman Dennis Mehiel ousted

June 20, 2018- by Steven E. Greer, MD At the June 19th BPCA board meeting, Chairman and CEO Dennis Mehiel announced that he was leaving

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Politico lists three BPC moguls as top donors to Corrupt Cuomo

July 19, 2018- In the wake of the recent convictions for corruption of Cuomo’s top staff for rigging

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Exclusive tour of the World Trade Center’s Tower 3

Edit Edit date and time March 9, 2016

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Exclusive sneak peek inside the Oculus

6,000 people have viewed this as of June 9, 2017

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Battery Park City is the most expensive zip code in the country

August 25, 2018- A real estate site posted a survey of the average rental costs per zip code. BPC topped even Tribeca and San Francisco.  

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The BPCA PILOT fees are unconstitutional taxation without representation

Update December 20, 2017- Governor Cuomo finally, reluctantly, signed the bill to supposedly

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Sopranos Stories with Steve Schirripa: S1:E1

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A tour of the newly opened Oculus PATH station

Update May 26, 2016- The connection from the Oculus PATH station to the Fulton Street

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The BPCA’s unnecessary new office space to open in 200 Rector Place soon

June 7, 2018- by Steven E. Greer This week, the BPCA presented updates to the CB1. Click here for a PDF of the handout provided.

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City decides to place traffic light at Rector Place and South End Ave

The dangerous intersection of West Thames and South End Ave where a light is needed September 6, 2018- It is being reported in local press that the City DOT will finally install a traffic light on

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Interview with Pace University leaders

February 27, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD We interviewed the Dean of Pace University’s College of Arts and Sciences, Nira Herrmann, and her Chair of Performing Arts, Jorge Cacheiro, about their college, and the newly constructed classroom building on … Continue reading

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Actor Steve Schirripa discusses BPC and his line of spaghetti sauces

(42,000 people have viewed this as of October 21, 2015)

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The History of BPC by Ed Koch

(5000 people have viewed this as of July, 2017) We had the chance to interview Mr. Koch a few years ago. Ed Koch, former Mayor of New York City and former U.S. Congressman,

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Interview with Bâtard’s acclaimed chef, Markus Glocker

Edit Edit date and time (3,800 people have viewed this as of February 23, 2018) October 1, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD It was a great pleasure to meet the Michelin-starred

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The designer of Le District gives a walking tour

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Quid pro Cuomo: Governor Cuomo appoints only BPCA board members who donate millions to him

February 25, 2018- The NYT reports, “To tally the donations that Mr. Cuomo has received

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BPCA board member Martha Gallo ousted from her day job at AIG

August 23, 2018- BPTV has followed the private sector career of BPCA board member Martha Gallo because she has been closely involved in the largest financial crimes in history.

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The Netflix Late Reviewer: “16 Acres”: How the biggest lightning rod in the world was made

 September 20, 2014- by Steven E. Greer “16 Acres” is an excellent documentary that describes the politics behind the rebuilding of Ground Zero, and why it has taken so long.

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