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NJ’s Rising COVID Numbers Cause Concerns In NYC

New Jersey’s coronavirus numbers are heading back into dangerous territory—and setting off alarm bells in New York as well. Listen Live Now on WCBS Newsradio 880 In New Jersey, the coronavirus transmission rate stands at 1.49—its highest mark in months. On Friday, Gov. Phil Murphy threatened to roll back some reopening measures. New York’s case numbers […]

Governor Cuomo Updates New Yorkers on State’s Progress During COVID-19 Pandemic

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today updated New Yorkers on the state’s progress during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Hospitalizations and intubations hit new lows since mid-March, and no deaths were reported in New York City for the second day in a row. The number of new cases, percentage of tests that were positive and many other […]

NYC Outdoor Dining Will Return Next Year—Even If Covid-19 Doesn’t

Open air, curbside dining was such a success in New York City that it will return next year, regardless of the pandemic, according to Mayor Bill de Blasio, who lauded the program—being used across the country—as a silver lining for the hard-hit hospitality industry. KEY FACTS De Blasio announced the planned return of the “Open […]

Everything You Need To Know About Phase 3 Of Reopening NYC

Today, July 6th, New York City will enter Phase 3 of its reopening. While the original plan called for indoor dining to return at reduced capacity for this phase, last week Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that would no longer be happening, as socializing inside restaurants and bars appears to be linked to some of the […]

NYC Has Its First Day In Months With No COVID-19 Deaths

For the first time in months, there was a 24-hour period in which no one in New York City died of the coronavirus. The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene reported zero deaths on Saturday, but that number could change as death data can lag and new deaths could be confirmed retroactively […]

Coronavirus Cases Among 20-Somethings In NYC Rise

Coronavirus infections jumped by 30 percent last month among New York City residents between the ages of 20 to 29, a pattern mirrored in the rest of the country where public officials have attributed most of the new cases to younger Americans. Between June 13th and June 27th, the number of virus infections in that […]

What the Coronavirus Has Done to New Development

The pandemic paused residential construction and stalled sales. Now developers in Long Island City and Greenpoint are scrambling to bounce back. Skyline Tower, the 778-foot luxury condo building in Long Island City that looms over western Queens, was built to break records. It is the tallest building in the borough; the most ambitious, with sales […]

Trump administration delays NYC’s congestion pricing plan by a year, says MTA construction chief

The MTA’s plan to implement congestion pricing and tax cars in the busiest parts of Manhattan will be delayed by “roughly a year” thanks to holdups by the Trump Administration, the agency’s chief development officer Janno Lieber said Monday. “We’ve literally hired the consultants. We’ve designed the systems and the cameras and so on that […]

NYC Moves To Phase 2 Of Coronavirus Reopening: What It Means

New York City is set to enter phase two of its economic recovery from the new coronavirus pandemic, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday — one day after some initial confusion and being beaten to the punch by Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Phase two officially begins Monday, exactly two weeks after the city became New York’s […]

New York City reopens nonessential construction work

Starting today, workers will begin returning to New York City’s construction sites after a months-long coronavirus moratorium. Between 200,000 and 400,000 people are expected to return to work as New York City enters Phase I of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s reopening plan. Much of the rest of the state has already entered Phase II or will do […]