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As commission prepares reform proposals, owners gird for a fight.

St. Louis-based firm opens New York City office with team of veterans.

Trusts Gaining Acceptance With Co-op Boards

Written by Ann Farmer on February 05, 2019

New York City

A once-shunned legal entity is now used to buy and transfer apartments.

Elevator Repairmen Are Getting Popular – and Scarce

Written by Frank Lovece on February 01, 2019

New York City

New safety regs put squeeze on boards facing big decisions.

New York City real estate is worth $72 billion more than it was a year ago.

Bill would seek to end money laundering by foreign criminals and terrorists.

New Elevator Regs Are Looming

Written by Frank Lovece on January 28, 2019

New York City

New safety rules mean boards need to ask some tough questions – now.

The choice is between a cheap fix or a major overhaul.

A New Way to Cut Shipments to Landfills

Written by Kaya Laterman on January 24, 2019

New York City

Department of Sanitation has a program to link people and usable goods.

Here are the 10 Commandments on pegging maintenance.

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