There have been hawks for years around Central Park South. They've nested on the Trump Parc building and 888 Seventh Avenue with success. Over the last few years, the Crown Building and the Plaza Hotel a bit further east have been where we thought there might be nests, but haven't been sure.
Today, I caught up with the current pair. I heard the male, who looks young, cry out the "Honey, I have leftovers" call. (She never responded.) With the city being so quiet, I was able to find him on a third floor window of The Plaza Hotel. He finished eating, and then started to attack his own reflection in the window, before getting caught in some pigeon spikes and then flying off.
He then made a number of loops around Grand Army Plaza, and perched on The Crown Building, the building at 58th and Fifth that has the Bergdorf's Mens Store, and 9 West 57th. The female was perched there. They both took off, but returned to 9 West 57th and copulated.
Like the last few years, no clue about the possible nest location.