The club who have captured the 20th MLS license but do not yet have a home stadium, temporary or permanent.
NYC FC chief business officer Tim Pernetti said last week that the hunt continues for a site, existing or otherwise, which will suit the club when they begin MLS play in 2015.
"We're definitely looking for a home, not just a place to play," said Pernetti at the launch of the club's new logo last week.
"We're going to spend as much time as we need to spend, not only the people we need to in the boroughs where we're looking, but the administration. We're going to work through it in the most positive, productive way possible.
"When we have news, we're going to tell you guys.
"We've made great progress on that, a temporary stadium.
"We've been pretty clear from the beginning that we're going to have a home before we actually have a home. We've made great progress on it. We're not ready to talk about it yet, but we will be soon."
NYC using the home of Major League Baseball's New York Yankees - who part-own the MLS newcomers - is still an option although it is believed that MLB are worried that constant usage would damage the playing surface which could disrupt the Yankees.
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