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A co-op learns that it’s possible to reform hoarders without going to court.

A Doorman Becomes a Life Saver

Written by Bill Morris on August 19, 2016

Upper West Side

Doorman honored for thwarting suicide attempt on George Washington Bridge.

The times call for pre-emptive diplomacy from co-op and condo boards.

Probation, not jail, for engineer who faked fatal building inspection report.

Appeals court rules that unit-owners are not responsible in a personal injury lawsuit.

Having a stake in the building might be the best criterion for board service.

How far can a co-op board go to keep the building secure?

How To Keep an Elevator Overhaul on the Up and Up

Written by Matthew Hall on June 10, 2016

Upper West Side

“Compassionate” financing was the key to success for one co-op.

The Social Room Goes Ka-Boom

Written by Paula Chin on May 20, 2016

Upper West Side

Community rooms in co-ops and condos are morphing from frumpy to fabulous.

Discrimination case ends with court ordering apartment sold for $12.5 million.

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