This man moved into a Home Depot shed after being in debt

A Georgia couple gave up a 2,000-square-foot home for an 860-square-foot Home Depot shed. Nick Lucido and his wife, Meghan, found themselves in financial trouble, which forced them to sell their home in the town of Cumming. “We never missed a mortgage payment,” Nick told The Post. “We were both just really young — young professionals. … Read more

WeWork co-founder Adam Neumann selling NY estate for $4.5M

Billionaire investor Adam Neumann, co-founder of the co-working space WeWork, and his wife, Rebekah Paltrow Neumann, are selling one of their Westchester, NY, estates for $4.5 million. The property, at 227 Honey Hollow Road in Bedford Hills, sits on 34 acres. It was bought anonymously for $2.45 million in 2017 but they are the beneficial owners, … Read more

Former HBO exec sells NYC penthouse for nearly $5M

Michael Fuchs, the ex-HBO chairman and CEO, has sold his East Village penthouse for $4.72 million. The buyer, we hear, is a tech founder. Fuchs, famed for fighting three baby mamas who wanted him to pay for child support, has owned the penthouse for decades. The apartment, at 130 E. 12th St., is 4,869 square … Read more

Manufacturers Make Case for Garment District Staying in Manhattan

BY MARK NIMAR | The future of Manhattan’s Garment District was among the fashionable topics of concern at July 25’s full board meeting of Community Board 4 (CB4), as a costume designer, a glove maker, and an embroidery expert insisted the city’s recently proposed zoning laws for the iconic neighborhood will negatively affect their businesses, … Read more

Park-Starved Hudson Yards to Get Three New Green Acres

BY MICHAEL ROCK | When the final crane comes down and its construction phase ends, Hudson Yards will bring a massive influx of office workers, new residents, tourists, and shoppers to a part of the West Side that can still seem unfamiliar and unwelcoming. Despite being the location of Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, a number … Read more

City Reneging on All-Affordable Plan on W. 55th St.

BY SYDNEY PEREIRA | A long-promised 16-story, 100-percent affordable apartment building in Hell’s Kitchen could instead become a development of 30 to 50 stories with a majority of the units offered at market rate, according to four plans that Mayor Bill de Blasio’s office proposed to local elected officials earlier this month. A plan to build … Read more

Battle Against Supertalls Hits W. 66th St.

BY SYDNEY PEREIRA | An Upper West Side block association is revving up the fight against a proposed tower at 50 W. 66th St., and in the process, it scored a meeting held last Tuesday with the Department of City Planning to talk about zoning loopholes the group says are spawning inappropriately tall buildings north … Read more

At Hudson Yards, Tensions Flare Between Related, Unions

BY MICHAEL ROCK | As development at Hudson Yards continues, sparring between The Related Companies, which oversees the neighborhood’s development, and the Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York (BCTC), the umbrella organization for the construction unions Related has hired for the project, is poised to go the distance. A major issue of contention … Read more

With Broad Support, Sarah Carroll OKed as Landmarks Chief

BY SYDNEY PEREIRA | Sarah Carroll, executive director of the Landmarks Preservation Commission since 2014, won approval from the City Council on Sept. 26 as the agency’s new chair. Carroll, a 24-year veteran of the LPC who has spent much of her time in the agency’s preservation department, will replace former chair Meenakshi Srinivasan, who served … Read more