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Don't Stick a Fork in Billionaires' Row Just Yet

Written by Bill Morris on September 01, 2023

Midtown East, Manhattan

Condo at 432 Park Ave. sells for $92 million, biggest sale of the year.

Condo residents question right of board to listen in on conversations. 

A $1.75 million "amenity space" was never approved by unit-owners.

Some boards are mulling changes to house rules as a quick fix.

Law firm advising clients to amend house rules now, then look at governing documents.

Religious symbols are source of contention in East Side co-op. 

Boards are softening rules to lure buyers away from glitzy condos.

Chinese developer ignores trade war, luxury market slowdown.

Another co-op will dissolve and sell its building to a developer.

Do Co-op and Condo Boards Have to Reveal Their Plans?

Written by Dale J. Degenshein on March 22, 2019

Midtown East, Manhattan

Courts rule board can approve roof deck, then order its removal.

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