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Tudor City’s Terra Cotta Lions Are Cracking

Written by Bendix Anderson on August 07, 2019

Murray Hill, Manhattan

Woodstock Tower must replace many of its aging decorative flourishes.

Negotiating a Licensing Agreement? It’s Time to Play Nice

Written by Kathleen Needham Inocco on August 06, 2019

Upper East Side, Manhattan

Going to war against the developer next door is rarely a good idea.

Three towers in Two Bridges must undergo pubic review.

Softening Surprises on a Major Facade Repair

Written by Christa Waring on August 05, 2019

Upper West Side, Manhattan

The key is to get the parties talking – the board, engineer, contractor, and inspector.

As fatalities rise, residents worry about lost parking spaces.

The Normandy's Heat Balancing Act

Written by Lewis Kwit on August 02, 2019

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Going back to the energy basics saved a Riverside Drive co-op.

Got Rust? Peer Review Is a Must

Written by Vincent Nicoletti on July 29, 2019


The right consultant saved this major facade project.

Jonathan Vatner’s “Carnegie Hill” takes the reader inside a New York co-op.

Service on Wednesday, July 24 expected to draw thousands.

Even the best contingency plan can't prepare a board for unforeseeable surprises.

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