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Historic deal preserves affordability under a 99-year regulatory agreement.

Duped condo buyers avoid foreclosure, create a limited-equity co-op.

The offering plan and contract of sale will determine who's responsible for the repairs.

In a first, a Mitchell-Lama co-op has converted to an HDFC with a 50% flip tax.

In a first, rent-stabilized apartments are converting to affordable co-ops — forever.

Adele Niederman has a rebuttal for privatization plan at Cadman Towers in Brooklyn.

Brooklyn's Cadman Towers co-op uses "Article 2 to 11" to preserve affordability. 

The special rate is available to those buildings located in one of 15 city-designated priority community districts.

City rolling out ambitious plan to curb landfill shipments and greenhouse gases.

Shed in in Crown Heights is in disrepair, just like the building behind it. 

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