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Shareholder accused co-op board of bending rules during a neighbor's renovation project.

Naftali Group blocked from evicting tenant who's holding up a major development

Rising interest rates are spooking buyers; sellers are pulling back, too.

Renters will be able to buy new apartments for as little as $250.

Strength in numbers is the weapon of choice in dealing with difficult building staffers.

Shareholders rebel against paying high price for land or six-fold rent increase.

$7 million facade job and courtyard landscaping bring aging jewel up to date.

Board bucks idea the that a building has to be rich to be green.

After a brief surge, luxury sales enter bear market territory.

Condominium’s “unique” demand is upheld, others are turned down.


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