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Crain’s New York hires three new reporters

January 10, 2023

Posted by Chris Roush

Crain’s New York Business has hired three new reporters in recent weeks.

They are:

CJ Hughes

C.J. Hughes joins Crain’s New York to cover real estate as a senior reporter. For almost 20 years he has been a prolific freelance reporter covering real estate in New York City, including for The New York Times. He brings deep sourcing, extensive market knowledge and a proven knack for delivering scoops on a critical beat. He won the 2021 Best Freelance Collection award from the National Association of Real Estate Editors, among many other NAREE awards. He earned his bachelor’s from Dartmouth and master’s from Columbia.

His first day was Jan. 3.

Nick Garber

Nick Garber will be a politics reporter. He joins from Patch, where he covered the Upper East Side, Astoria and Long Island City with a lively mix of breaking news, features and scoops on subjects ranging from politics to real estate, housing to transportation. Prior to his two years reporting in New York, Garber was West Coast breaking news editor at Patch. Before that, he interned at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Burlington Free Press. He’s a graduate of Middlebury College.

His first day is Jan. 23.

Amanda D’Ambrosio

Amanda D’Ambrosio will be a reporter on Health Pulse. She joins from MedPage Today, where for three years she has covered enterprise and breaking news stories for a health care professional audience, on topics ranging from infectious diseases to reproductive health and actions from federal health agencies. She also produced a podcast about the human side of medicine. She’s a graduate of the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY.

Her first day is Feb. 1.

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