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American TV stars buy the famous New York ferry

American TV stars buy the famous New York ferry

‘Save a portion’ of New York’s heritage: A massive phrase symbolizing the Manhattan-State Island bond will be turned into a cultural venue after the cafe’s theater owner and American TV stars bought it, we learned Friday.

Kennedy’s famous orange ferry, connecting the two New York boroughs since 1965, has been sold by the city to Paul Italia, the real estate agent at Manhattan’s president of The Stand comedy club, associated with NBC’s “Saturday Night” comedians. Live,” Pete Davidson and Colin Jost confirmed Mr. Italy to AFP.

The New York Times revealed the operation earlier on Friday.

Pete Davidson is said to be the boyfriend of reality TV star and businessman Kim Kardashian, and Colin Jost is married to movie star Scarlett Johansson. The two men are from Staten Island, one of New York’s five boroughs, south of the island of Manhattan, and Pete Davidson still lives there.

According to Municipal Administrative Services that sold it, the iconic “John F. Kennedy”—85 meters long, 2,100 tons and pulled from the fleet in August for out-of-service engines—was left to auction at $280,100 to the initial bid of $125,000.

Paul Italia wants to “make it a live performance venue with stand ups, music, art, and the possibility to eat out,” but doesn’t say how to tow the huge orange ship and dock it permanently at the dock.

Why did you buy such a phrase, whose free calling is known to all New Yorkers and which was promised to cancel?

Because “every one of us really wants (…) to keep a part (of the heritage of) New York,” which was justified in the New York Times Paul Italia.

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According to the businessman, the ship “John F. Kennedy has a special place in the hearts of” his partners Davidson and Jost, “the Natives of Staten Island.”