Shortly after news broke that the FBI had raided the home of Brianna Suggs, a chief fundraiser for Mayor Eric Adams, Assemblymember Rodneyse Bichotte Hermelyn jumped to the mayor’s defense. The longtime Adams supporter questioned whether he’d been unfairly targeted because of his race. “I’m concerned about whether these investigations are just targeting him because […]
It’s been 25 years since the Giuliani administration sold a beloved Puerto Rican-led East Village community center to an owner who’s still trying to outmaneuver both his creditors and neighborhood stakeholders.
Sign up for “THE CITY Scoop,” our daily newsletter where we send you stories like this first thing in the morning. During his 12-year run as New York City mayor, Mike Bloomberg fired off at least 1,590 emails using an account on a server from the media company that made him a billionaire. Those are […]
Thousands of renters in Lower Manhattan should have had stabilized leases and may be owed years of back rent, according to a recent court ruling — but few know it. Those who do have been waging a legal battle over a rent-stabilization deal that was not applied or enforced for years. Renters in two buildings […]
The federal monitor set to oversee the New York City Housing Authority previously resigned as receiver in a white-collar fraud case after the Securities and Exchange Commission accused him of a conflict of interest and running up fees, THE CITY has learned. Bart Schwartz, a former federal prosecutor and head of the investigations firm Guidepost […]