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The History Of The Dominick Hotel

Located at 246 Spring Street, The Dominick is one of the trendiest hotels available in SoHo. Its beautifully appointed rooms offer gorgeous views of...

Is it Time for Times Square’s Revival?

Times Square has long been an iconic landmark in New York City. With its glitzy video panels and a carnival-like atmosphere, the Crossroads of...

Catskills Riverfront Hotel Gets Stop Work Order, Tax Breaks 

The historic village of Coxsackie lies along the Hudson River in the Catskills, a coveted place of destination these days. Coxsackie officials issued a...

Hotel Conversions for Housing Affordability Not Working

A New York law designed to help businesses convert hotels into affordable housing is going nowhere. The law is designed to help businesses more...

Sonder vs. Airbnb

Who, or what is Sonder, you may ask. Only the largest host on Airbnb, but interestingly enough, also their direct competitor. So what's up...

NYC Hotel Industry Has Had Enough

Smaller hotels throughout New York City sit closed and abandoned, post-pandemic - many will never reopen, dreams crushed and owners bankrupt. Like the fate...

Best Historic Hotels in NYC

For history buffs, The Big Apple is rich in cultural landmarks. It doesn’t matter if you are a lifelong resident or a casual vacationer,...

NYC Hotels Face Setbacks and Hotel Pennsylvania Demolished this Holiday Season

New York City hotels should brace themselves for yet another quiet holiday season. CBRE Group’s hotel division predicts just 56% occupancy in the fourth...

Standard High Line Hotel Headed Toward Foreclosure

The Standard High Line Hotel in the Meatpacking District may have made the headlines as a hot hangout for the rich and famous –...

HANYC Sues NYC Over Severance Pay Mandate

Though New York has been scrambling to get back on its feet in recent months following the pandemic, some areas continue to suffer, such...

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