Category Archives: – Real estate

A new land lease deal for BPC is weeks away

Update February 18, 2019- BPTV finally watched the video of the January 29 BPCA meeting.

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Essay: Mayor de Blasio’s 2020 campaign slogan: “Do the crime and do no time.”

February 14, 2019- by Steven E. Greer The new TribecaCitizen

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BPCA goes entirely underground, illegally avoiding public scrutiny

February 12, 2019- The BPCA has board meeting this afternoon. However, the entire meeting will be

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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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A tour of World Trade Center Tower 4 and Tower 7

(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

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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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Exclusive tour of the Four Seasons at 30 Park Place

(4,200 people have viewed this as of May 21, 2016) Update May 21, 2016- With this building close to opening, it is a good time to re-post it.

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Rare images of the Goldman Sachs building construction

December 28, 2018- by Steven E. Greer

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City Council introduces sweeping reforms to end placard abuse corruption

February 11, 2019- BPTV has extensively covered the problem of placard abuse corruption that is rampant in the city. We even busted a real city judge doing it. 

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Former head counsel for the BPCA, Alix Pustilnik, sues for wrongful termination

November 3, 2018- by Steven E. Greer Oh, the irony. Former General Counsel for the BPCA, Alix Pustilnik,

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Stuyvesant’s pool and two basketball courts cost $12.50 a month

(8,000 real BPC residents have read this story as of December 13, 2018. We inform.) Update April 19, 2016- The BPCA slashed the cost of memberships in half. A year-long pass is now approximately $15,

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This is why I moved out of New York

December 23, 2018- The Post reports, “New York City’s shrinking middle class is now in full retreat,

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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

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Those floating ferryboat billboards

January 8, 2019- Those floating

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More bad reporting by the Broadsheet

January 8, 2019- The CB1 schmucks are opposing the absurd idea by Governor Cuomo to place a memorial

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Nobletree Coffee in Oculus

April 12, 2017- This “serious coffee” shop is out of the way. It is not in the main Oculus by the Apple store, but rather

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Restaurants need to stop paying ransom to crooked gas, electric, fire, and plumbing inspectors

December 22, 2018- by Steven E. Greer I watched a Netflix show about the seven days of frantic preparation before the 3-Michelin-star

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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 perverse story behind those city bike lanes all over

January 17, 2019- by Steven E. Greer Whoopi Goldberg is making news for criticizing Mayor de Blasio for installing bike lanes that greatly

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Amazon moves into Brookfield Place, signaling the end

October 23, 2018- by Steven E. Greer BPTV has been the first to report on the demise of “Luxury” Brookfield Place. When the period of five

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