ON THE SCENE: What’s for sale in NY’s middle market

Brian Whelan and Alexandra Curtin of B6 Real Estate Advisors have been retained to sell 5089-5099 Broadway, a development assemblage with more than 188 ft. of frontage in Inwood (pictured top). Located on the southwest corner of Broadway and West 218th Street, the property is composed of two adjacent lots totally 12,375 s/f. The assemblage is situated in R7D/C2-4 zoning, allowing for a potential development of almost 70,000 s/f in residential and commercial space. Asking price is $10,500,000 ($152 psf).

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Adelaide Polsinelli and Jamie Schoenfeld have been hired to market the commercial condominium at 317 East 50th Street, a luxury pre-war, condo-op between Sutton Place and Turtle Bay. Situated between First and Second Avenues, the property is the former home of the First Reformed Episcopal Church. It been completely transformed and the ground floor and basement are are occupied by the Children’s

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NY’s ravaged nursing homes have rooms to spare, low staffing

Beds are empty and staffers being cut at the city’s nursing homes, where thousands have died of the coronavirus.

At the Hebrew Home in Riverdale, where more than 100 residents died during the height of the pandemic, there are not enough residents to fill the rooms and 56 workers have been laid off, insiders told The Post.

“Several units have been closed because so many residents passed away during the height of COVID,” said an insider at the 751-bed, 1,200-employee home, the largest non-profit facility in the state.

A spokeswoman blamed the decline in patients on a drop in elective surgeries, resulting in fewer people coming from hospitals to the home to recover.

With empty beds, short-term rehab patients “are cared for in private rooms, and receive services and meals in expanded common areas which permit social distancing,” said spokeswoman Wendy Steinberg.

A total of 124 people died of all

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