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Luxury condo buyer sues over missing wine chiller.

Condo board votes to keep "Trump" but dump "Tower" from its name.

Lawyers for Disabled Plaintiffs Targeting Co-ops and Condos

Written by Marianne Schaefer on September 12, 2019

SoHo, Manhattan

Fee-hungry lawyers profiting from Americans with Disabilities Act.

Trial will determine if explosion was manslaughter or a "tragic accident."

A Co-op's Long Flooding Nightmare Is Over

Written by Marianne Schaefer on August 28, 2019

Upper East Side, Manhattan

York River House co-op's basement is finally low and dry.

Tragic accident could add to burgeoning regs on elevator safety.

A Candy Bowl Is a Window Into This Co-op's Soul

Written by Michele Cardella on August 23, 2019

Tribeca, Manhattan

A shareholder plays Boo Radley, and learns what her neighbors value.

June’s sizzling luxury market dominated by condos and townhouses.

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.

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