NYPD discovers Nyssa Walcott’s death in a storage container

A Manhattan woman was found dead in a plastic storage container in the Bronx Friday afternoon, police said. Police made the shocking discovery just before 2 p.m. in the Highbridge section, four blocks from Yankee Stadium, according to the NYPD. Police said Nissa Walcott, 35, of the Upper East Side, was found unconscious and unresponsive in the container across the street from a storage unit on University Street 950. Medical officials were working to determine how she died. A police officer walks near where Nyssa Walcott was found dead inside…

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New York City thieves steal $80,000 worth of Givenchy merchandise on Madison Avenue

A group of thieves broke into a luxury store on Madison Avenue on Wednesday morning and stole tens of thousands of dollars in Givenchy wallets and clothing, police said. One employee, who asked not to be named, told The Post “This is it [the] First time in this store. The break-in occurred just before 5 a.m. at the Givenchy flagship store in Manhattan at 747 Madison Ave. On the Upper East Side, according to police. A group of men used a hammer to break through front door glass and emptied…

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De Blasio has been associated with companies operating in the controversial Tower of the Blood Center

Mayor de Blasio has ties to two companies that are the blood center of New York in the controversial tower plan, which has been fiercely opposed by its Upper East Side neighbors and other elected officials. De Blasio’s management pushed the project, with Commissioner of Health Dr. Dave Chukchi testifying in favor of the expansion plan to City Council, which held a marathon public hearing on the project earlier this month. She was also supported by a vice president in the city’s public hospital system. Administration officials, including Deputy Mayor…

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Reviving an old school hunt for a decent fare

Flames, sculpt and season – right before your eyes! Tableside service, a relic of old-school fine dining, is back in the Carlyle Hotel’s “new” dining room renamed Dowling. Hey, is New York back or what? However, the best news is not the fire on Earth. It’s that Dowling came through a long, drawn-out redesign to emerge as a better embodiment of the lavish but challenging old Carlyle dining room. The location of the jewel box even left the tablecloths – shocking! But she sticks to her luxury and romance. Robert…

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Candyman Mark Tarnofsky puts the UES mansion at auction for $4 million

Just in time for Halloween! Candy businessman Mark Tarnovsky of Campus Candy and his wife Sarah put their tiny Upper East Side home up for auction with a minimum bid of $4 million. The move comes after nearly a decade of trying to sell it the traditional way, as the ground and basement duplexes have been in operation and off the market since 2012. Its highest order was $6.49 million in 2015. The 4,400-square-foot, two- to three-bedroom home is located at 157 E. 84th St. , a modern limestone and…

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