Neighbors fuming about the three-year nightmare on West 76th Street.

Is the 99-year lease going to become the new normal?

Lenox Hill Co-op Gets the Ultimate Face-Lift

Written by Paula Chin on September 19, 2017

Lenox Hill, Manhattan

Reskinning replaces leaky white bricks with handsome red ones.

He’ll save $45,000 by claiming he lives at Trump Tower.

Board Changes Its Mind – and Winds Up in Court

Written by Richard Siegler and Dale J. Degenshein on September 12, 2017

Lower East Side, Manhattan

Follow governing documents when considering alterations.

A Legendary Recording Studio Bucks the Condo Trend

Written by Bill Morris on September 08, 2017

Midtown, Manhattan

Avatar Studios is sold and will live on as a pop music shrine.

This Facade Repair Included Cherubs and Winged Lions

Written by Bill Morris on September 06, 2017

Gramercy Park, Manhattan

Restoration of ornate Gramercy Park condo wins awards.

Reskinning an Albatross

Written by Paula Chin on September 04, 2017

Lenox Hill, Manhattan

Co-op board removes leaky white bricks and reskins its entire building. 

Another dispute over access has landed neighbors in court.

Don’t Rubber Stamp an Engineer’s Report

Written by Jackeline Monzon on August 29, 2017

Lower East Side, Manhattan

Boards can avoid unnecessary expenses on Local Law 11 repairs.

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