New York’s first zero-waste residential building is coming to Soho.

Citing the Business Judgment Rule, court tosses suit by disgruntled shareholders.

Veteran president sees board service as a blend of business, politics, and diplomacy.

When a Worker Dies on the Job, Who's Liable?

Written by Richard Siegler and Dale J. Degenshein on July 17, 2017


A court ruling offers a surprising answer.

East Side alliance hopes to change zoning law, limit height of luxury tower.

Board looks out for its shareholders but runs afoul of the people next door.

Average Manhattan condo prices expected to drop in 2017 for first time in five years.

CityRealty tracks the high – and rising – prices of starchitect-designed condos.

Many co-op and condo buyers are still paying with tall piles of cash.

Co-op and median prices set records, yet again, in the second quarter.

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