Eric Schneiderman Seeks To Block Orthodox-Owned Firm From Buying Nursing Homes

The developers who won city approval to flip a Lower East Side nursing home for a $72 million profit are so untrustworthy that they should be barred from purchasing another such facility, this one in Harlem, state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said on Monday. Read more

NY Attorney General Blocks Nursing Home Sale To Allure Group Amid Investigation

New York – The New York State Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman has waded into the controversial, potential sale of two more nursing homes to a company already caught up in one of the ongoing probes into Mayor de Blasio and his administration. Read more

New York, NY – Mayor’s Initial Claims On Rivington House Deal Now Appear Questionable

New York, NY – Claims by Mayor Bill de Blasio that he was completely in the dark about the hugely criticized dealings involving a Lower East Side nursing home are ringing hollow as word emerges that members of his administration desperately tried to undo a mistake that lifted a deed restriction on the property, allowing the new owners to flip the building to a real estate developer. Read more

Brooklyn ,NY – Firm Protests Innocence As De Blasio Distances Himself From Deal

Brooklyn, NY – Several days after allegations surfaced questioning the propriety of a real estate deal, the company at the center of the investigation has made its first public comment. Read more

Hasidic Businessman Who Flipped AIDS Home Part of Sect With Cozy Ties To Mayor Bill De Blasio

The obscure Brooklyn company at the center of a City Hall scandal already owed millions of dollars in unpaid taxes, and its principals were accused of “secretly scheming” against a former business partner, long before the city signed off on a sweetheart deal that netted the firm a $72 million profit, records show. Read more

De Blasio Claims His Administration Unwittingly Signed Off On Shady Land Deal For Lower East Side Property

New York, NY – A 2015 land deal approved by the de Blasio administration for $16.15 million which lifted deed restrictions on the 150,000-square-foot property located at 45 Rivington Street on the Lower East Side is now being investigated by City Comptroller Scott Stringer and the Department of Investigation. Read more