At least 10 immigrants camped out on the sidewalk outside a $450-a-night Manhattan hotel are voluntarily relocating

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Migrants who had been camping out on a Manhattan sidewalk, protesting plans to relocate them to a new facility in Brooklyn, finally boarded a bus to their new shelter Wednesday night, despite being told by leftist agitators it was cold and uninhabitable.

The situation has become particularly acute as temperatures in New York City will drop to 18F on Friday.

Amid tense scenes and following a three-day standoff, DailyMail.com witnessed about 10 migrants board a bus to take them from their $450-a-night hotel to the new facility.

Eric Adams, the mayor of New York City, has converted a cruise terminal in the Red Hook borough of Brooklyn into a shelter, with capacity for 1,000 people.

Activists held up umbrellas to try to block news cameras, and reporters were insulted. A reporter, filming for Dubai-based Al Arabiya TV, had his camera smashed by a migrant.

Migrants are seen camping outside the Watson Hotel in Manhattan on Wednesday.

Authorities provided the migrants with pizza, water and fruit as they tried to convince them to move to the new Brooklyn facility.

Authorities provided the migrants with pizza, water and fruit as they tried to convince them to move to the new Brooklyn facility.

Police warned the migrants but made no arrests.

The city council blamed activists from groups like South Bronx Mutual Aid for fueling the standoff, with mayoral press secretary Fabien Levy saying, “I don’t even understand the logic here.”

He added: ‘Instead of encouraging asylum seekers to sleep in warm, indoor, temperature-controlled rooms at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal, these groups tell immigrants to sleep in tents on the streets.

‘The lack of reasoning here is staggering.’

Adams, who is switching between pleading with the federal government for help dealing with the influx and bragging about how welcoming his town is, toured the new site Monday.

β€œSince last summer, New York City has opened five Humanitarian Emergency Relief and Response Centers and more than 80 emergency shelters to assist the more than 43,000 incoming asylum seekers,” his office tweeted.

“We have offered them shelter, food, legal assistance and other resources while we wait for national support.”

But many of the immigrants were reluctant to move, and when they were evicted from their rooms at The Watson hotel on Sunday, they camped out on the sidewalk.

Activists raised umbrellas to block news crews on Wednesday amid tense scenes outside the hotel.

Activists raised umbrellas to block news crews on Wednesday amid tense scenes outside the hotel.

Some of the migrants insulted the media, and a reporter suffered a hit and damage to a migrant's camera.

Some of the migrants insulted the media, and a reporter suffered a hit and damage to a migrant’s camera.

The migrants are seen camping outside, with food provided by city authorities.

The migrants are seen camping outside, with food provided by city authorities.

The migrants were given plates of spaghetti, heated in a microwave on the sidewalk.

The migrants were given plates of spaghetti, heated in a microwave on the sidewalk.

Coffee and microwaves were provided to migrants camped out on the sidewalk.

Coffee and microwaves were provided to migrants camped out on the sidewalk.

Hot waffles, spaghetti and tortillas on buns were provided to the migrants.

Hot waffles, spaghetti and tortillas on buns were provided to the migrants.

Buses are seen arriving outside the Watson Hotel to transport immigrants to Brooklyn.

Buses are seen arriving outside the Watson Hotel to transport immigrants to Brooklyn.

DailyMail.com saw 10 migrants board the bus.  The mayor's office said a dozen have left

DailyMail.com saw 10 migrants board the bus. The mayor’s office said a dozen have left

The Rev. Erick Salgado, an evangelical pastor from South Brooklyn who serves as an assistant commissioner in the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, was trying to convince immigrants Wednesday to leave their temporary home on the sidewalk, assuring them that the new site was better.

Addressing them in Spanish, he urged the crowd onto the waiting buses.

β€œWe are looking to transfer the majority of asylum seekers to the HERRC in Brooklyn,” he said, referring to the Humanitarian Emergency Response and Relief Center (HERRC).

‘We all know it’s going to be very cold and windy and we want to make sure they have the resources they need this winter.

‘Yesterday we went there to the Brooklyn facility with many of them.

‘Most of them want to leave and stay in Brooklyn, they have transportation. We have buses. And many of the local churches that I set up there also to help them.’

As a bus arrived, DailyMail.com heard a migrant yell: “Whoever wants to leave, let them go.”

‘Whoever wants to stay, stay. We’re not going to sleep in those fucking beds.

On Wednesday night, the city’s immigration office tweeted: ‘Twelve more #AsylumSeekers, including several who joined the Commissioner on tour yesterday, have agreed to leave camp outside the #WatsonHotel and move to the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal. HERC.

‘Thank you to everyone who helped dispel misinformation.’