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Walker Hotel Greenwich Village: More than just a pretty face

BY MICAELA MACAGNONE | Guests arriving at Walker Hotel Greenwich Village are greeted by a facade featuring copper-clad bay windows, cast-stone trim and restoration antique-glass illuminated by gas lanterns reminiscent of the early days of Greenwich Village. The exterior of the hotel, on W. 13th St. between Fifth and Sixth Aves., was inspired by the Georgian-revival […]

BY GABE HERMAN | As local politicians continue to press Trader Joe’s to restore its delivery service in Manhattan, the grocery chain said it is expanding its Downtown presence with a new location in the East Village. Trader Joe’s announced on May 13 that it would be opening a new store at 432 E. 14th St., […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | Eight fashion manufacturers in Manhattan, including seven in the Garment District and one in Chelsea, were recipients of the latest round of grants awarded as part of the Fashion Manufacturing Initiative. The grant fund is from the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), a nonprofit trade association, and the New York […]

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BY SCHNEPS MEDIA | On May 7, Schneps Media — the parent company of The Villager, Chelsea Now, Downtown Express and Manhattan Express — honored 26 passionate, ambitious and brilliant women for their influence in banking and finance at the Women of Wall Street Awards. It was the awards’ inaugural event. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams (a founding member of the “Men […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | The Greenwich Lane condo building, at the former site of St. Vincent’s Hospital on Seventh Ave., will soon have tenants in its three empty retail spaces. The Rudin Family, and its venture partner Global Holdings Group, announced the three retail leases, which will now give Greenwich Lane full occupancy. At 13 Seventh […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | The tech company Yext will move its global headquarters to a new building in Chelsea, the company and Governor Cuomo recently announced. Yext is a cloud-technology company that provides software to businesses to help organize information. The company was founded in New York City in 2006. It has since expanded globally, with […]

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BY SCHNEPS MEDIA | Forget the rest and nominate Manhattan’s best! Nominations for the Bethpage Best of The City Program are closing and you don’t want to miss this chance to raise your voice. Bethpage is sponsoring this inaugural program, which will recognize stellar spots around town by taking Manhattanites’ nominations for the “Best of” businesses, […]

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BY GABE HERMAN | CBD oil has been growing in popularity nationwide, which can be seen locally in the number of stores offering the cannabis-based product. In Downtown Manhattan, the oil can be found in shops like Dramatics NYC, at Fifth Ave. and E. 16th St., which offers back massages with CBD oil; CBD Oil Bros […]

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At a time when six women have already declared their candidacy for president of the United States in 2020 and Congress boasts a record number of female representatives, it’s undeniably the year of the woman. Locally, nowhere is this more true than in Union Square. From destination retailers and cutting-edge Off-Broadway theaters, to small businesses […]

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Take a look around Union Square Park at the first signs of spring. Trees are budding, the Greenmarket is filled with daffodils. Local employees, residents, families and visitors are out in force to take advantage of this beautiful green space in the heart of Manhattan complete with benches, bistro tables, a playground and dog run. […]

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