Holiday Inn Becomes New NYC Migrant Home — $100K Per Day From Taxpayers

  • A bankrupt Holiday Inn in Manhattan’s Financial District has won the right in court to house migrants to the tune of $190-a night, a fee that will total $100,000 a day for taxpayers.
  • US Bankruptcy Judge Philip Bentley approved the 50-story hotel’s application to sign a contract which could last until April 2024 with the city which will bring in around $10.5 million into the Holiday Inn’s coffers over the next 14 months, reports Bloomberg.
  • If migrants are still in the hotel after the contract expires, the city will be required to pay Holiday Inn a whopping $750 per night.