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    Another exclusive club for the elite is making its way to New York City, serving as a co-working space for millionaires. The posh club opening in March 2023, Colette, is located on the 37th floor of New York's GM building on 59th Street. The club will feature an abundance of WeWork-like amenities, including 23 private offices measuring 400 square feet each, conference rooms, a members lounge, a fitness center, and a restaurant in the building, CoCo's. Developer Edmond Safra and restaurateur Juan Santa Cruz will run the ritzy workspace. 'I've been thinking about this for a while,' Santa Cruz told Bloomberg. 'The world has been evolving for quite some time, and the pandemic has made it more evident that people do not use their offices as they think they do, or wish they did.' The Colette is an exclusive co-working space located on the 37th floor of the New York GM building. The space is set to open in March 2023 for wealthy members willing to pay $125,00 on top of $36,000 in annual fees The office located inside the...
    SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Officials say a fire spread in an office building in South Korean city and 7 people were killed, dozens injured. Copyright © 2022 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    Share this: Police are seeking a suspect in an astounding series of 12 burglaries of offices in DUMBO within a few short months — five of them in one office building alone. The suspect is described as a male with a medium complexion. He frequently enters commercial buildings and removes electronic items, such as laptops and cellphones, from offices, although there were several instances in which he was unable to gain entrance.  On Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021, around 8:50 p.m. inside 20 Jay St., he  gained access to an office and removed approximately six laptops, one power drill and miscellaneous clothing, all with an approximate total value of $10,400. 
    More On: skyscrapers ‘PENN 15’ skyscraper funding goes flaccid in state budget deal Here’s the skinny: Why TikTok hates this NYC building Guessing game: Here’s when big office tower projects will break ground Paraplegic climbs up skyscraper in wheelchair in Hong Kong Subjecting yourself to voluntary vertigo has never been easier.  Midtown development One Vanderbilt will soon offer thrill-seekers a fresh way to be scared of New York: an all-glass enclosed elevator on the outside of the building. The see-through human dumbwaiter, called Ascent, will take riders up to 1,210 feet above the city, where they can gaze down upon Madison Avenue. The journey, along with other interactive features in the crown of developer SL Green’s $3.3 billion, 77-story, 1.7 million-square-foot office tower “will redefine the way people experience the intersection between nature and the built environment,” hypes a press release from the realty corporation. For those looking for a non-moving but still gravity-defying experience, the skyscraper — set to be central Midtown’s tallest ever — will offer Levitation, consisting of “fully transparent glass sky boxes” that jut out...
    USCIS shooting in Orlando leaves ‘one dead’ after gunfire erupts at an immigration office in Florida. A suspect has been taken into custody. 1The suspect was taken into custody in Osceola County. Is there an active shooter at the USCIS building in Orlando? The identity of the victim and the whereabouts of the suspect have not been confirmed. A suspect was taken into custody Monday morning in connection with a shooting at a United States Citizenship and Immigration Services office, the Orlando Police Department said. The shooting was reported at around 10.15am EST, leading to a heavy police presence outside of the building. Officers have not yet revealed who is responsible for the shootout, but have confirmed there is a homicide investigation. It is unclear whether or not the shooting was in relation to the immigration services building. A photograph from the scene showed a barrier surrounding what is reportedly a body.
    A 57-year-old woman has been arrested after pranking her sister on April Fools' Day by claiming there was an active shooter at work.  Pamela Sisco of New Carlisle has been charged with inducing panic and disrupting public services following the text messages she sent to her sister. Her first court appearance was set for Friday morning.  Sisco, who works as a Navistar Plant in Springfield, texted her sister around 11:45am on Thursday, saying there was an active shooter at her own workplace.  Pictured: The Navistar Plant in Springfield, where the false active shooter threat was made The sister, who has not been named, quickly called 911. 'She said there was a guy that got fired yesterday and he came in with a gun and they are barricaded with the lights off in an office,' the sister said to a dispatcher, according to WHIO. 'She sent me a text, and I’m afraid to text her if they are barricaded and hiding.'  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Gunman is seen brandishing a gun inside office building......
    Loading the player... In the days following the violent insurrection on the U.S. Capitol building by Trump supporters, several Democrats of the House of Representatives demanded answers about how the rioters were able to enter the Capitol and access certain rooms so easily. Politico reported that some Democrats felt that Trump’s supporters were assisted by members of the Capitol police as well as Capitol employees. Rep. Steven Horsford (D-Nev.) reportedly said it was an “inside job” during a caucus call on Friday, January 8. Well, confirmation that the cops literally just let them through pic.twitter.com/kqhLn4swjq — Joshua Potash (@JoshuaPotash) January 6, 2021 During the call, many of the Democrats made mention of the ways that the Capitol Police aided in the siege of the building. Not only was there an inadequate number of officers at the scene, but after footage surfaced of officers opening barricade fencing to purposely allow the Trump supporters to descend on the Capitol, concerns were heightened. READ MORE: Retired Capitol Hill officer on insurrection: ‘Somebody dropped the ball’ During a pre-recorded interview...
    WASHINGTON (CBSLA/AP) — Angry supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday in a chaotic protest aimed at thwarting a peaceful transfer of power, forcing lawmakers to be rushed from the building and interrupting challenges to Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory. Senators were being evacuated. Some House lawmakers tweeted they were sheltering in place in their offices. Sheltering in place in my office. Got instructions on the loud speaker to stay in office and away from windows. We have seen more police arrive from office window but this unreal. pic.twitter.com/vKUEo5RrVY — Nanette D. Barragán (@RepBarragan) January 6, 2021 One of the lawmakers who was told to evacuate was Los Angeles Congresswoman Karen Bass, who told CBSLA she blamed the day’s events on the president and his “cult following”. “The idea that the President of the United States would have incited this level of violence is just shocking,” said Bass. This is an attempted coup by the President of the United States. Supporters of US President Donald Trump enter the US Capitol’s Rotunda on January 6, 2021,...
    Six months into a pandemic economy, rifts in American inequality are deeper than ever. The picture is especially dystopian in Silicon Valley, where hundreds of thousands have filed unemployment claims while their Big Tech neighbors are minting millions of dollars a day. “Here in San Jose, you have a company like Zoom, which has seen its market cap grow exponentially, and just down the street you have families who not only don’t have broadband internet but are very likely to have lost a job,” says Jeffrey Buchanan, public policy director at Working Partnerships USA, a local community-labor organization. “The haves and have-nots have always been here in the Valley, but it’s only gotten that much worse.” Last month, Buchanan and his team issued a report on one of the impacts of this economic disparity. While tech companies have seen skyrocketing profits—and many of their employees have skipped off to Monterrey or Park City to enjoy the perks of remote work—other families in Silicon Valley are bracing for an eviction crisis. With a statewide moratorium set to expire at the end...
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