Nothing Says ‘I Love New York’ Like a $30M Duplex Condo With Central Park Views

Now 92 years old, the pioneer leaves quite a legacy. She was the “first woman to own and run a major national agency [and] became the first woman to be chief executive of a company listed on the New York Stock Exchange,” according to a 2002 profile in the New York Times.

Former New York Giants Defensive End Chris Canty Lists Luxury NJ Mansion for $4M

The impressive two-story foyer leads into a layout with architectural woodwork, expansive windows, and a total of six fireplaces, according to the listing details. The floor plan features a great room with vaulted ceilings and a wet bar, as well as a formal living room and a dining room with custom built-ins.

A new school year unfolds in New York, colored by the virus

With the return to school, Cuomo said each of the state’s more than 700 school districts will be required to contribute to a new “COVID-19 Report Card,” an online dashboard the public can check to see whether students or staff at their school have tested positive.

Fewer than 10% of New York City’s office workers have returned to their desks during the pandemic – but the buildings account for almost 10% of the total tax revenue

 ’They see that new leasing activity has dropped off while the amount of sublet space coming into the market is on the rise, so the average landlord wants to keep the tenant in the building,’ said Franklin Wallach, senior managing director of the New York Research Group at Colliers.

Watch — Andrew Cuomo: ‘Donald Trump Caused the COVID Outbreak in New York’

While Cuomo continues to blame Trump, the governor has refused to take responsibility for the thousands of nursing home deaths that occurred in his state following his administration’s controversial nursing home directive, forcing longterm care facilities to accept patients recovering from the coronavirus, thereby exposing the most vulnerable population to the illness.

Rebuilt 19 years after 9/11, New York’s World Trade Center threatened anew by coronavirus

“People are much more worried about someone coughing on them than someone blowing up a building,” said Vishal Garg, chief executive of mortgage refinance startup Better.com, headquartered at 3 World Trade Center on the site known as Ground Zero.

New York City Medics, Scarred by Coronavirus Fight, Fear Second Wave After George Floyd Protests

Dr. Bonnie Litvack, president of the Medical Society of the State of New York, echoed the concerns raised by other doctors, fearing the crowds seen over the Memorial Day weekend as well as the protests “could lead to spikes in the infection rate of COVID-19.”

Texas Records More Daily Coronavirus Deaths Than New York For First Time

According to the latest data from Texas’ Department of State Health Services (DSHS), at least 46 people passed away from the novel coronavirus on Tuesday. The number approached Texas’ single-day high of 58 deaths from the virus, reported on May 14. In New York, daily fatalities have declined significantly over the last several weeks.

New York state may move colleges with COVID-19 spikes to remote learning: Cuomo

Cuomo criticized the administration of New York University for not preventing a large gathering of students in nearby Washington Square Park in New York City on Saturday night, and listed several other colleges in the state that have had spikes in COVID-19 cases.

No More Snow Days: New York School Districts Can Replace Them With Virtual Learning

Excitedly hoping for snow days and the strange rituals that precede them may be a thing of the past for New York students. The state recently told school districts that they’ll be allowed to replace snow days with virtual classes in order to keep students and educators on track.