Five city council members have filed a "friend of the court" brief into a lawsuit claiming the city's arcane property taxes are racially discriminatory.CONTINUE READING
Following court rulings that opened documents in co-ops and condos, the state legislature has passed a law that increases transparency at homeowners associations.CONTINUE READING
The de Blasio administration's plan to include luxury condos as part of the Bedford Union Armory renovation may be scrapped because of neighborhood resistance to gentrification.CONTINUE READING
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