New York is too expensive to even visit

The city has cracked down on hotel construction and short-term rentals, with predictable results

Nov 3, 2023

Tourists are like bees: I don’t want a bunch of them circling around me, but I also don’t want them to disappear. It’s a delicate balance. In New York, this delicate balance is tipping against tourists as hostility to outsiders becomes a matter of policy, as the city not only cracked down on short-term rentals, but also made it harder to build hotels in areas zoned for manufacturing use.

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