Expectations are high that Wall Street will have a rough day today; the tumbling pound and uncertainty around the future means many companies with stakes in London, using the UK as a base to access Europe, will see heavy losses toda...
You’ve heard about million-dollar views, but how about million-dollar terraces? On top of Telegraph Hill, Unit 20 at 175 Francisco Street is asking $7.495 million—or just over a million dollars for each one of its seven terraces. Of course, you get more than just 950 square feet of terraces for that price. This penthouse unit
Over the years, Wall Street has tried over and over to change its image as a workplace mainly for straight white males who come from the same families, went to the same schools, and share the same views on everything from fiscal responsibility...Show More Summary
The Harlem Garage was a neighborhood darling when the co-working space opened nearly three years ago on West 118th Street. But it will close its doors on June 28—a victim of the... To view the full story, click the title link.
Times Square's famed costumed characters and street performers are chafing at regulations introduced Tuesday that force them to stand in specially marked plots instead of wandering through crowds... To view the full story, click the title link.
The cops who flooded street corners last summer in Bed-Stuy, my Brooklyn neighborhood, are gone, but the diesel-powered floodlights that came with them remain outside the... To view the full story, click the title link.
A state justice has blocked the city's plan to increase water rates by 2.1 percent on July 1. The justice said the increase is illegal, according to The Wall Street Journal. In the decision, the... To view the full story, click the title link.
October 1941. "Main Street, Holyoke, Massachusetts." Home to the Deluxe Blueway Lines bus depot and, across the street, the movie palace also seen here. Medium format nitrate negative by John Collier. View full size.
In September of 2014, Jonathan Browning came across something quite stunning. As a freelance photographer living in China, he was searching for locations on Shanghai's Huangpu River using Baidu Total View (the Chinese version of Google Street View). Show More Summary
Michael Brathwaite was raised in the Bronx by his mother, whose job was changing bedpans and sheets at Jacobi Hospital. As a kid, he regularly tuned in to Wall Street Week Friday nights on... To view the full story, click the title link.
In the natural order of things, children bury their parents. It is normal, but it is so very hard, too. Bill Frankel and his siblings moved their elderly parents out of their house and into an assisted living facility. This was necessary because they couldn't take care of themselves anymore. Show More Summary
A federal judge says actor Leonardo DiCaprio can be questioned for litigation stemming from The Wolf of Wall Street. U.S. Magistrate Judge Steven Locke, in Central Islip, New York, issued the ruling... To view the full story, click the title link.
JVL Property Group has purchased a four-story, mixed-use property on West 23rd Street for $13.3 million. The building, at 161 W. 23rd St., has ground-floor retail, office space on its second floor... To view the full story, click the title link.
And at 14:25 German Time I have finally found internet, really slow internet. This is from my hotel, with a super small room and a view of a housing construction site across the street; I am here one night… Trust Is A Must I hate the fact that I do some things without thinking, because […]
Rockefeller University has begun work on a $500 million campus expansion. The project involves building over the F.D.R. Drive from East 62nd and East 68th streets, according to The New York... To view the full story, click the title link.
Fredericksburg, Va., circa 1928. "Warehouse, Hoop-Pole Factory, 307-13 Sophia Street." 8x10 acetate negative by Frances Benjamin Johnston. View full size.
The paradise island of Santorini; white washed buildings and blue-domed tops, incredible sea views from quaint cliff-side villages, winding side streets and heavenly sunsets, and of course let us not forget the beautiful red and black sand beaches. Show More Summary
Daniel Montgomery, a Senior Editor for "Gold Derby" posted a 23 minute interview with Billy Eichner ( Billy on the Street, Difficult People) For Your Consideration and at-home viewing pleasure. While discussing Eichner's work as an actor,...Show More Summary
To the Editor: Crain’s story “License to Grill” (June 13) said the city’s business improvement districts “staunchly oppose any legislation that would increase the ranks... To view the full story, click the title link.
Shares of Apple (AAPL) today closed down $1.49, or 1.5%, at $97.34, following the company’s developer conference in San Francisco earlier today, and the Street is just now catching up with some research views on the matter. Highlights...Show More Summary