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Sometimes the scaffold and sidewalk shed cost more than the repairs.

Creative financing — and speed — were crucial to this job's success.

Transmission lines will bring clean electricity to Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island.

Co-op and condo tax abatement available only if all workers get prevailing wage.

Unknowns of Litigation Could Outweigh the Possible Rewards

Written by William D. McCracken on March 22, 2022

New York City

Boards need to ask — and answer — these questions before filing suit.

Lander urges a new approach to generating affordable housing.

Negotiators for building owners and service employees are working to reach a new contract.

Legislation would divert funds to the city’s struggling public housing.

Free tool helps boards weigh prevailing wages against tax abatement.

Governor expected to sign bill ending need for a court order to recoup fees.

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