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Habitat Magazine Business of Management 2021



Brooklyn judge gives condo board power to “forcibly” soundproof unit.

Decade-long legal battle over shoddy construction is finally over.

Even without luxury condos, opponents deride project’s gentrification.

Lawsuit claims tax assessments favor the rich and punish minorities.

Crown Heights activists fight city plan for Bedford Union Armory.

The Cop Who Became a Property Manager

Written by Bill Morris on November 02, 2017

Bay Ridge, Brooklyn

Service is the thread that runs through Robert Ferrara’s two careers.

Money is tied to a promise to remain affordable for at least 20 years.

Building inspectors paid with cash and gifts to falsify reports.

Online shopping hasn’t dampened asking rents – yet.

Brooklyn couple’s tax bite increases seven-fold in two years.

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