Steve Cuozzo

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South Street Seaport owner buys stake in Jean-Georges restaurant empire

It might be the largest stake owned by a single real estate company in a restaurant group.

Protest planned to save historic NYC hospital from wrecking ball

A group of doctors, preservationists and elected officials have set a press conference for Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at Village Preservation at 232 E. 11th St. to demand city action...

PR firm Edelman bucks work-from-home trend with renewed lease in Hudson Square

Public relations consulting giant Edelman just renewed on 173,618 square feet for 15 years at Jack Resnick & Sons’ 250 Hudson St. T

Home of famed Lower East Side hot spot up for sale

A piece of Lower East Side nightlife history is up for grabs.

Woke food lovers have lost their minds over ‘cultural appropriation’

Once upon a time, it was permissible to make light-hearted fun of cuisines that were unfamiliar or exotic to film audiences.

Mr. Mayor, tear down these sheds!

It’s time for City Hall to pull the plug on outdoor dining sheds.

Final piece in WTC tenant puzzle continues to elude developer Silverstein

A Silverstein Properties spokesman said on Friday, “We are actively looking for an anchor tenant for 2 WTC and are optimistic we will find one.”

Design firm to drop anchor at Dock 72 on Brooklyn waterfront

The deal for 71,000 square feet on Dock 72’s top two office floors marks a welcome advance for the project, where the pandemic slowed leasing efforts.

Park Avenue tower filling up to capacity after $40M revamp

Mutual of America and Munich Re, owners of 320 Park Ave., have begun to reap the benefits of the tower’s $40 million renovation and upgrading.

Food for thought: Restaurants are the one bright hope for post-pandemic New York

Welcome to our great eating-out renaissance that defies every dire forecast amid an unforgiving economic climate.