Category Archives: — Neighborhoods

Man steals $12,000 in coats from Ermenegildo Zegna in Brookfield Place

Right, Ermenegildo Zegna August 30, 2017- Ermenegildo Zegna, the absurdly overpriced shop in Brookfield Place, seems to be unable

Posted in - Brookfield Place, - NYPD First Precinct, - Real estate, Battery Park City and BPCA, Crime | 1 Comment

Shake Shack at Fulton Station is failing

September 18, 2017- OK. By now, everyone should really be wondering if I am a mutant with

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Gunmen steal $3,000 from SeaGlass Carousel in Battery Park

September 15, 2017- The Post reports on more crime at The Battery some swift NYPD work, “A disgruntled ex-employee of the SeaGlass

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Second Review: Fowler & Wells (now Temple Court) in the Beekman Hotel

Update August 22, 2017- NYT reviewer Pete Wells commented that Fowler & Wells was named after a racist phrenologist. Well, after the rise of white supremacist last week, Tom Colicchio,

Posted in - Real estate, American, City Hall & Civic Center, Financial District, Hotels, Lower East Side, Reviews, Seaport, TriBeCa, World Trade Center | 1 Comment

Can Aaron Foldenauer defeat Margaret Chin in November?

September 13, 2017- by Steven E. Greer BPTV does not care who wins New York City Council District 1 race, as long as it is not Margaret Chin.

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BPCA President Shari Hyman leaves amidst scandal

September 15, 2017- The Tribeca Tribune reported that BPCA President Shari Hyman has left her job

Posted in - Downtown oversight, - Politics, - Real estate, - State Government, Battery Park City and BPCA, Crime, Gripes, World Trade Center | 2 Comments

NY1 reports on alleged Margaret Chin voter fraud

September 15, 2017

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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

Posted in - Real estate, World Trade Center | 2 Comments

A tour of World Trade Center Tower 4 and Tower 7

Edit Edit date and time (5,000 people have viewed this as of December 30, 2015) September 19, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD Dara McQuillan of Silverstein Properties took us

Posted in - Real estate, Battery Park City and BPCA, Financial District, TriBeCa, Wall Street, World Trade Center | 2 Comments

Exclusive tour of the World Trade Center’s Tower 3

March 9, 2016

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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,

Posted in - State Government, Battery Park City and BPCA | 1 Comment

Exclusive sneak peek inside the Oculus

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

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What you can do today to make sure that voter fraud in the City Council race is investigated

September 13, 2017- by Steven E. Greer We previously re-posted a press release by City Council District 1 candidate Aaron Foldenauer whereby he claims to have uncovered fraudulent voter addresses in Chinatown, located at PO boxes, that could have been … Continue reading

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NY Post covers the Cuomo appointment of three outsiders to the BPCA board

July 8, 2017- The Post writes, “No one on Battery Park City’s governing board actually lives in the pricey

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Review update: Augustine in the Beekman Hotel

August 9, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD When I first reviewed Augustine last March, I had a few good things to say. I have been in the Beekman

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Criminal Misconduct by City Councilmember Margaret Chin Alleged

NEW YORK, NY, September 7, 2017.  – Today, attorney and City Council Candidate Aaron Foldenauer filed a formal complaint against Lower Manhattan City Council Member Margaret

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The new Target store in Tribeca is busy

September 13, 2017- Target is hiring thousands of employees. They seem to be a rare retail company doing it right.

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Collect Pond Park by City Hall

August 8, 2017- This money pit has been a problem for the city since the 1600’s.

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There is something creepy about adults who make a living from youth sports

September 6, 2017- by Steven E. Greer Craig Carton, the radio host, asked my help with time slots on the ballfields a few years ago.

Posted in - Downtown oversight, -- In the News, Battery Park City and BPCA, Child care, Op-Ed, Outdoor events, Schools, Sports and fitness | Leave a comment