More than 200 homeless men living in a four-star hotel on Manhattan’s Upper West Side will be kicked out after Thanksgiving, a judge has ruled.
A Manhattan judge on Wednesday ruled that city officials could relocate the homeless men from the Lucerne hotel where they have been living temporarily amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The men will now be moved to the former Radisson Hotel in the Financial District neighborhood, which is being turned into a permanent homeless shelter.
The city is expected to move them after the Thanksgiving holiday but it is not yet clear when. DailyMail.com has contacted the city for comment.
The ruling comes after a string of lawsuits and protests over the past four months with the presence of the homeless men dividing the Upper West Side neighborhood.
A Manhattan judge on Wednesday ruled that city officials could relocate the homeless men…
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