Christian Diaz arrested after alleged fatal deli stabbing

Christian Diaz arrested after alleged fatal deli stabbing

A Staten Island man accused of fatally stabbing a deli worker for refusing to sell him a loose cigarette at a discount has been arrested after seven months on the lam, cops said. Christian Diaz, 25, was nabbed Tuesday and charged with second-degree murder in the senseless Oct. 19 slaying of Ahmed Almulaiki in East … Read more

Bill de Blasio eyeing run for Nadler’s Congress seat

Bill de Blasio eyeing run for Nadler’s Congress seat

Ex-Major Bill de Blasio confirmed Wednesday that he is looking to run for a newly redrawn Lower Manhattan and Brooklyn congressional seat. De Blasio announced on Twitter that he formed an exploratory committee for New York’s newly redrawn 10th Congressional District, which The Post first reported Tuesday he is eyeing for a political comeback. “Our … Read more

Reno project is over-budget ’embarrassment’

Reno project is over-budget ’embarrassment’

This construction project is demanding a very late checkout. The Waldorf Astoria Hotel’s slow, enormously expensive condo conversion has overstayed its welcome, said one peeved insider who had no reservations in sharing his baggage about the project. “It’s so over budget that it’s become an embarrassment,” an NYC 30-something member of the storied Midtown property’s … Read more

It just got even easier to live on an off-grid NYC street

It just got even easier to live on an off-grid NYC street

It may seem like a fantasy to live in a charming, old-world home on a former carriage lane located steps from the crush of a bustling uptown Manhattan neighborhood — and for years, it was. But Sylvan Terrace in Washington Heights, which has long been known as a “secret street,” has gradually opened its arms … Read more

Eric Adams vows dyslexia screenings for NYC public schools

Eric Adams vows dyslexia screenings for NYC public schools

Big Apple public school students will soon be evaluated for risk of dyslexia as part of a broader effort to boost resources for children with the learning disability, Mayor Eric Adams vowed Thursday. “We are going to have the largest, most comprehensive approach to supporting students with dyslexia in the country,” Adams — who has … Read more

The 4 top Manhattan condo projects to watch this year

The 4 top Manhattan condo projects to watch this year

Thecrunch. Thebubble. The squeeze. Whatever you want to call the current housing climate, the good news is that more concrete and steel boxes are hitting the market soon. Some 1,108 new condominium units in roughly one dozen buildings will list in Manhattan by year’s end, according to Robin Schneiderman, managing director at Brown Harris Stevens … Read more

Juan Carlos Bonilla Valladares Detained, Faces Federal Drug Charges in Manhattan – NBC New York

Juan Carlos Bonilla Valladares Detained, Faces Federal Drug Charges in Manhattan – NBC New York

The former national police chief of Honduras made an initial appearance in a New York courtroom Wednesday after his extradition to the United States to face criminal drug trafficking charges, a day after the former president of the Central America country pleaded not guilty to related criminal charges. Juan Carlos Bonilla Valladares, 62, was detained … Read more

NYC could face ‘decline’ of workers returning to offices over crime

NYC could face ‘decline’ of workers returning to offices over crime

An advocate for large New York City employers warned Sunday that the Big Apple could see a “long-term decline” of workers commuting to Manhattan’s office buildings if crime isn’t reduced. Under 40% of Manhattan office workers currently go to their desks on an average week day, according to the Partnership for New York City, a … Read more