Lower East Side Local Business
Local business in Lower East Side (New York, NY)
23 hrs ago | via Eater
The owner told Bowery Boogie, "I feel the Lower East Side has become too much about faA ade, money and lifestyle and a small business like me is not as appreciated as it used to. I was so ready to leave." Comment?
Tuesday Apr 25 | via Channelnewsasia.com
U.S. single-family home prices accelerated at a faster pace than expected in February, supported by a low inventory of housing stock, a survey showed on Tuesday. The New York City Housing Authority Housing Developments on the Lower East Side is seen in New York, in this October 26, 2009 file photo. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 25 | via Reuters
The New York City Housing Authority Housing Developments on the Lower East Side is seen in New York, in this October 26, 2009 file photo. U.S. single-family home prices accelerated at a faster pace than expected in February, supported by a low inventory of housing stock, a survey showed on Tuesday. Comment?
Monday Apr 24 | via Hospitality Net
M&R Hotel Management today announced the appointment of Fran Ramos as general manager of the 88-room Comfort Inn Midtown West at 548 West 48th St., where she has been assistant general manager since 2015. Ramos, a nine-year hospitality industry veteran who has managed hotels around New York state, will oversee the hotel's operations, sales, marketing, security, maintenance, housekeeping and accounting. Comment?
Sunday Apr 23 | via Mydigitalfc.com
The global economy is expected to grow by 3.5 per cent in 2018 compared to under 3 per cent in 2016. This encouraging trend suggests more vigorous economic activity, rising incomes and a keener appetite for real estate investments - not only within India, but on international markets, as well. Comment?
Friday Apr 21 | via Curbed
There are many photographers who chronicled postwar New York City, and many whose names are all but synonymous with 20th-century depictions of the five boroughs-Berenice Abbott, Alfred Steiglitz, Weegee, even Bill Cunningham. A name that's perhaps not as well-known is Todd Webb-though an exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York may change that. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 19 | via PR Newswire
Ruckus is based in New York City. to connect with local New Yorkers and visitors through an effective branding and messaging campaign, including today's launch of www.ferry.nyc - a state-of-the-art platform that will serve riders when the first ferry launches . Comment?
Saturday Apr 15 | via Hyperallergic
Reading these and the other poems that make up Out of Print what struck me was less the ostensive morbidity of Poirier's images than the searing honesty underlying them. When I first read San Francisco-based poet Julien Poirier's Out of Print , recently released via the City Lights Spotlight series, I was struck by way Poirier embraces that ephemeral, experiential unity we call a moment. Comment?
Thursday Apr 13 | via City Limits
A Pathmark supermarket stood a few years ago where an 850-foot glass tower now rises next to the Manhattan Bridge. Workers have installed the I-beams and rebar that will support a $3.53 million condominium that will stand dozens of floors above the Turkish bath and private dog run. Comment?
Wednesday Apr 12 | via BiZBash Event Style News
Along with being a rapper, record producer, actor, and an activist, Tupac Shakur also had a vision to be a restaurant owner. More than 20 years after the late West Coast creator came up with the idea for the Powamekka Caf, his vision for a Southern comfort restaurant was brought to life in New York. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 11 | via Curbed
The city has announced that it will grow its pilot curbside e-waste program into a permanent recycling endeavor across four boroughs. Started on Staten Island in October 2016, the program has already collected over 400,000 pounds of electronic waste that could have otherwise been filtered into landfills. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 11 | via DNAInfo.com
Popular bar and music venue Cake Shop may be making a comeback in the near future - but it may be an ocean away from the original Ludlow Street outpost that closed its doors in January. Proprietor Nick Bodor, who recently launched the cafe and cocktail bar Kind Regards in the Cake Shop's former space of 11 years, is browsing for new venues where the name can live on - and so far, his areas of interest include Glasgow, Edinburgh, Los Angeles and Bushwick. Comment?
Monday Apr 10 | via NY City News Service
The Lower East Side's reputation as a haven for immigrants dates to the 19th century and holds true today: More than 40 percent of the neighborhood's population is foreign born. With the Trump Administration's crackdown on immigration dominating the national political discussion, the NYCity News Service teamed with The Lo-Down to listen to residents of a neighborhood intrinsically linked with the American Dream. Comment?
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