Category Archives: – In the News

Summer 2014 is the coldest in a decade

August 8, 2014- The Post reports, “The summer of 2014 has been one of the mildest on the books — and

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WSJ explains why Governor’s Island is getting elevated

August 20, 2014- The WSJ reported on Governor’s Island and explained its history and why portions of it are being elevated now.

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Men stabbed at the Seaport

August 20, 2014- DNAinfo reports, “— Three men were stabbed during a late-

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Shake Shack going public

August 15, 2014- By Steven E. Greer BatteryPark.TV was the first source in the world to properly estimate the valuation of Union Square Hospitality Group, owner of Shake Shack.

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Legend on Set: Episode 2

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Kayak activist receives threats

July 29, 2014- The Post has an article about the ferry boat horn honking, and in it they mention that the ringleader of the kayak activism,

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NYPD to start ticketing bicyclists

August 14, 2013- The NYPD will be cracking down on bicyclists breaking the laws of the street. This sounds good, but there

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BatteryPark.TV strongly supports the protestors in Ferguson, Missouri

August 14, 2014- Opinion by Steven E. Greer, MD On Saturday, August 9th, a hand-to-hand battle broke out between a white police officer and an 18-yo African American in Ferguson, Missouri. The young man’s name was Michael Brown. He was … Continue reading

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Another yacht break-in at North Cove Marina

July 30, 2014- Just one day after BatteryPark.TV reported on the absence of the PEP security

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NY Post covers our story about Danny Meyer’s 9/11 Memorial restaurant downgraded

July 10, 2014- The NY Post covered our exclusive story about the controversial Danny Meyer restaurant to open in the 9/11 Memorial being downgraded in size and scope. Of course, they did not mention BP.TV, even though I know for … Continue reading

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Interview with Dexcom’s CEO Terry Gregg

August 11, 2014- Interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD In Part 1 of our interview with the CEO of Dexcom (Ticker DXCM), Terry Gregg, we review the business model and products. Mr. Gregg explains how continuous glucose monitoring is safer … Continue reading

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JPMorgan planning to move headquarters to WTC?

August 12, 2014- Bloomberg is reporting that JPMorgan is looking to cut costs, relocate offices to others states, and move their headquarters to either Hudson Yards or the WTC.

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A new form of Downtown gentrification: One percenters evicting the mere wealthy

March 25, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD BatteryPark.TV has reported on several cases recently of wealthy families with incomes over six-figures, renting apartments that cost well more than $3,000 per month, who have been evicted as their buildings were … Continue reading

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Brookfield to exit struggling Brookfield Place

August 8, 2014- The mystery of the semi-stalled construction at Brookfield Place has been answered. The parent company,

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Village Idiot at the Village Voice slams El Vez

August 12, 2014- By Steven E. Greer The thoroughly irrelevant Village Voice reviewed El Vez and had some pretty nasty words to say. They started off by accusing the staff of rushing them with their order.

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Drone lobbyists fail to sway FAA

August 11, 2014- By Steven E. Greer The scores of national newspaper and TV stories recently that have portrayed drones as super neat and vital for a new industry, while making no

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Durst wants more ferry boats

August 5, 2014- A real estate news aggregating blog reports that developer Durst, the same man who failed to gain control of

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Mayor de Blasio distances himself from police scandals, blows off Night Out

August 6, 2014- If you were wondering why the Mayor was nowhere to be seen last night that the NYPD Night Out event,

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New video of WTC BASE jumpers as they land in a BPC grass lawn

The WTC BASE jumpers posted video from the third jumper. He popped his shoot right away, so he glided farther, all the way out over the Hudson,

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Downtown commercial real estate in greater demand than traditional Midtown

July 2, 2014- Crain’s reports, “”The epicenter of Manhattan is moving west, south and downtown,”

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