NYC inks another set of emergency hotel contracts to house migrants - at $137M price tag | 1 Feb 2024 | Mayor Eric Adams’ administration has signed another series of emergency hotel deals -- with a total $137 million price tag -- to house the thousands of migrants heading to NYC each week, The Post has learned. Eight hotels in Brooklyn, Queens, The Bronx and Manhattan will add more than 750 rooms for asylum-seeker families with kids, according to city records about the latest batch of contracts, inked over the last two weeks... Just last week, City Hall inked another deal with the Hotel Association of New York City (HANYC) to provide "last resort" shelter to migrant families for more than $75 million.

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