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A Closer Look at Traffic Safety: Mayor de Blasio’s Failed Promise

Upon entering office nearly eight years ago, Mayor de Blasio vowed to curb traffic deaths and make streets safer for pedestrians.  Sadly, this promise...

Realtor Commissions Under Threat by Justice Department Probe and Civil Lawsuits

Realtor commissions are currently under investigation from a US Justice Department probe, and they also are facing threats from accumulating civil lawsuits.  Additionally, President...

Inwood Considers New Zoning Ramifications

Inwood’s new zoning guidelines are starting to go into effect, and not surprisingly, land purchases are gradually increasing and construction projects are breaking ground. ...

DoorDash Sues NYC Over Sharing Customer Info With Restaurants

Doordash not only believes in providing quality food delivery service but also believes in advocating for solutions to improve the community. That’s why, on...

NYC Goes Electric with the EVolve NY Program

New York is set to be a leader in the use of electric vehicles (EV). With the new EVolve program, the New York Power...

Renters in New York Get an Extended Reprieve with New Eviction Moratorium

New York renters struggling to make rent can finally breathe a sigh of relief. State legislators voted to extend the New York Eviction Moratorium...

High NY with Emily Paxhia

Recreational marijuana was legalized in New York City on April 30, 2021 by ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo, but the changes haven’t been immediate. It is...

Cannabis Cultivators Are Getting Impatient With NYC

Update: Though licenses are being approved, it's happening at a slower rate than anticipated. That said, the number of dispensaries in the city is...

Yellow Cabs vs. Ridesharing: Does This NYC Turf War Rage On?

If you're a New Yorker, I don't have to explain how your lifestyle likely relies on getting around the city safely, comfortably, and with...

How the Work-From-Home Revolution Affects Commercial Real Estate

One of the most notable changes spurred by the Covid-19 pandemic was the so-called “work from home revolution.” According to a study conducted by...

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