With busloads full of migrants from the US border in Texas arriving each week in midtown Manhattan, swelling an already surging homeless population, New York City has disclosed that it is renting 11 hotels in the city for use as shelters.

The hotels being leased to the city as homeless shelters include the Marcel in Gramercy, the Apollo in Harlem and the Ellington in Morningside Heights, according to a report in City Limits.



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