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  1. A homeless shelter is coming to Billionaires' RowRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | New York Post

    The residential skyscraper One57, a 75-story glass high-rise on West 57th Street, sits behind the once-low-budget Park Savoy Hotel in a Manhattan neighborhood of sprouting luxury towers dubbed "Billionaires' Row." The rich and famous who inhabit Gotham's storied "Billionaires' Row" will soon have some less well-heeled neighbors following the city's approval of a 140-bed homeless shelter near Columbus Circle.

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  2. Lois WeissPeloton opening West Village studio dedicated to treadmillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 17 | New York Post

    The fitness company already live- streams spin classes from its studio at 140 W. 23rd St. to thousands of exercise buffs across America. Enthusiasts can follow along at home on their own equipment using a built-in tablet or on their mobile devices, either live or on demand.

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  3. Steve CuozzoNatural wines and forced sharing are ruining dining outRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | New York Post

    New York City's dining scene is filled with nuisances - some due to sloppy management, others to penny-pinching to offset skyrocketing rent, labor and food costs. Here are the worst I've encountered lately.

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  4. Police misconduct allegations are up against NYPDRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 12 | New York Post

    Allegations of police misconduct against the NYPD increased last year, the first jump in complaints in nearly a decade, according to a new report released Thursday. The Civilian Complaint Review Board received 4,487 complaints in 2017 - up 202 from the year before- an uptick in allegations following seven years of declining numbers, according to the police watchdog agency's 64-page report.

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  5. Toys 'R' Us is having trouble selling its store locationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 11 | New York Post

    Hundreds of Toys 'R' Us stores will likely remain dark for a long time after they close for good on June 30 . As the massive liquidation of the storied retailer hits full swing , it's becoming clear that real estate shoppers view its unattractive, boxy stores the same way toy customers did in recent years.

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  6. De Blasio's play-it-dumb defense looks ridiculous nowRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 10 | New York Post

    Suspicions that Mayor de Blasio has run City Hall as a deal-making watering hole for "consultants" and their clients gained credence this week. Two major de Blasio associates - both lobbyists - reached settlements with the state's Joint Commission on Public Ethics regarding donations they made to the Campaign for One New York, the mayor's shuttered nonprofit.

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  7. Pfizer moving headquarters to Hudson YardsRead the original story

    Tuesday Apr 10 | New York Post

    Pharma giant Pfizer has clinched a momentous deal to move its Manhattan headquarters to The Spiral, a 65-story skyscraper which Tishman Speyer is building in the Hudson Yards district, the companies announced Tuesday morning. The 800,000 square-foot lease was signed this week, eight months after The Post first reported on the plan last August .

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  8. Steve CuozzoWhy NYC's empty retail space surplus isn't fazing developersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 9 | New York Post

    Some 1.2 million square feet of newly minted retail space are coming to the Manhattan leasing market at three major new developments - Hudson Yards, Manhattan West and Essex Crossing - even as vacant stores blight almost every part of Manhattan. Yet many retail landlords and brokers had a "What, Me Worry?" reaction to our Sunday column that forecast a ghost-town future for many streets and avenues.

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  9. Sex crime victim describes being 'shamed' by NYPD detectiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 9 | New York Post

    Desdemona Dallas Meck, 30, of Brooklyn, testified at a City Council hearing Monday about her harrowing ordeal reporting a sex crime to the NYPD's Special Victims Unit in Manhattan. In the summer of 2010, three months after moving to New York City, two men attempted to rape me in The Bronx.

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  10. Nordstrom ready to open 'on the go' men's storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 9 | New York Post

    Nordstrom is opening a men's store in Midtown this week - and it's designed for customers on the go. The new, 47,000-square-foot store at 235 W. 57th St. - across the street from what will be a much-bigger Nordstrom department store that's slated to open next year - will offer 24-hour, curbside pickup for online orders.

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  11. Scott Stringer's brother owes more than $400K in taxesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 9 | New York Post

    David Stringer, a 56-year-old real-estate broker, is a serial tax deadbeat who owes the IRS and state Tax Department as much as $447,370 while his brother preaches financial prudence as the city's budget watchdog, The Post has learned. Meanwhile, the state Tax Department filed two warrants against him - one for $122,700 on Oct. 30, 2013, and another for $5,174.72 on March 23, 2017.

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  12. Steve CuozzoThe world's hottest shopping city is becoming a ghost townRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 7 | New York Post

    If you want to see the future of storefront retailing, walk nine blocks along Broadway from 57th to 48th Street and count the stores. That's right: On a nine-block stretch of what's arguably the world's most famous avenue, steps south of the bustling Time Warner Center and the planned new Nordstrom department store, lies a shopping wasteland.

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  13. Where club kid Susanne Bartsch gets her wigsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 6 | New York Post

    "I came to New York in 1981 on Valentine's Day for a love affair - and I fell in love with New York!" says Susanne Bartsch, the Swiss-born fashion icon and party hostess often hailed as the Queen of the Night. Her Bartschland Follies shows at the McKittrick Hotel start at around midnight on Fridays, so Bartsch, 66, tries to sleep in when she can.

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  14. Lois WeissNestle consolidating US headquarters in ManhattanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 3 | New York Post

    Nestle's Nespresso will consolidate its US headquarters in 41,800 square feet, the fifth floor of 111 W. 33rd St. Scott Panzer and Justin Haber of JLL repped Nespresso in a deal that will shift staff from 100 Park Ave. and Long Island City.

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  15. Apartment prices plunge as new luxe construction floods marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 2 | New York Post

    The median sales price for a New York apartment for the first quarter of 2018 was $1.0 million, down 1.3 percent from the first quarter of 2017. The average sales price was $2.02 million, down from $2.21 million, according to a report by Stribling & Associates.

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  16. Bag of fake body parts sparks panic in parking garageRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 2 | New York Post

    Pranksters prompted a police investigation Monday when a cleaner emptying trash in a municipal parking garage in Manhattan was fooled into thinking he had found a bag of bloodied body parts, police said. The worker was cleaning out the garbage can around 11:50 a.m at the garage near 23rd Street and FDR Drive in Kips Bay when he discovered a bag with what looked like blood on it.

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  17. Michael Imperioli cites 'Sopranos' creator as inspiration for new novelRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 2 | New York Post

    There's a secret connection between HBO's "The Sopranos" and former star Michael Imperioli's new novel about Lou Reed - and it's all in the details. Imperioli, who played Christopher Moltisanti in the classic Mafia series, told The Post on Sunday that "Sopranos" creator and longtime writer David Chase taught him that details are the heartbeat of good fiction.

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  18. The longest-tenured Knick is starting to crackRead the original story

    Saturday Mar 31 | New York Post

    Maybe others don't, but Knicks co-captain Lance Thomas takes the losing personally. And he's starting to break.

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  19. Landlord: Unruly cab passenger was 'nuisance' at home, tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 31 | New York Post

    The passenger who a cabby said held him virtually hostage for 10 hours while she searched for a hotel she liked, also refused to vamoose from her former Upper West Side pad, her former landlord claimed on Saturday. Shira Belfer, 62 - who Kulvinder Singh Ahluwalia said would not exit his cab Friday as she ran up a fare that ultimately cost her $230 - also had an odyssey of sorts in her pre-war one-bedroom apartment, the landlord alleged to The Post.

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  20. Scenesters have ruined dining outRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 31 | New York Post

    I got the bonkers idea last week to try reserving a table at Legacy Records, a brand-new "coastal Italian" brasserie from the Charlie Bird/Pasquale Jones team on the far, far West Side. I fed requests for several different dates into their Web site.

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