Starbucks founder and CEO Howard Schultz’s new home is a penthouse on the former site of Greenwich Village’s St. Vincent’s Hospital.
Jared Kushner bought the building a decade ago, at the height of the New York real estate bubble, for almost $2 billion.
“They want to get my apartment because they can make a lot more money,” the 94-year-old, who has lived in the same building since the 1950s, told the New York Daily News.
The swastikas were sprayed onto phone booths and buildings located between 104th and 105th Streets on Broadway.
New York’s hate graffiti wave got its Broadway debut on Wednesday, after a Manhattan woman found a swastika scribbled onto the side of building on the Upper West Side.
Despite its confirmed status as the worst school shooting in American history, some on the far-right have alleged the Sandy Hook massacre was staged, part of the wave of fake news that has been propagated on the Internet.
A woman notified police of the vandalism, when she noticed the vandalism on Sunday afternoon.
A swastika turned up Wednesday night in the Manhattan apartment building of New York State Senator Brad Hoylman, who posted the image to Twitter.
Gina Zuckerman has always been a tough cookie. The ninety year old Greenwich Village woman survived the Holocaust, worked in the testosterone-infused culture of Madison Avenue, and still lives alone and independent in her studio apartment. So the mugger who on Tuesday tried to snatch the woman’s purse was in for a surprise when the nonagenarian fought back—and won.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio on Sunday unveiled a series of new policies governing the use of construction booms in the United States’ largest city, after a deadly crane collapse in Manhattan that killed a Jewish man remembered as an “absolute angel.”