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A Co-op’s Christmastime Discomfort and Joy

Written by Michele Cardella on December 07, 2018

Tribeca, Manhattan

The holidays weren’t supposed to happen – but magically they did.

Controversial projects in Two Bridges anger neighborhood activists.

Harperley Hall wins three-year legal war with a pop superstar.

Complaints of "intolerable" noise after a major renovation. 

Who Can Go Out on the Roof?

Written by Dale J. Degenshein on November 19, 2018

Upper East Side, Manhattan

Access to coveted rooftop space is spelled out in governing documents.

Barnard student’s death spawned Local Law 11 and changed the city.

New Upper West Side co-op shareholders get an unpleasant surprise.

An Encore for the Carl Fischer Building’s Original Glory

Written by Marianne Schaefer on November 14, 2018

Astor Place, Manhattan

Condo board adds value by restoring Astor Place gem.

City reneges on promise to turn Harlem rental into affordable co-op.

Atelier condo unit-owners file complaint against condo board.

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