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Rich absentee homeowners don’t ride the subway. Why should they pay to fix it?

Thinking Outside the Building After a Gas Leak

Written by Marianne Schaefer on March 21, 2019

East Village, Manhattan

Stricter gas line regs lead a co-op to an innovative solution.

Board has power to deny lease renewal over a peripatetic pet.

Restorers honored for rebirth of a cast-iron Noho gem.

Here’s Looking at Me

Written by Michele Cardella on March 11, 2019

Tribeca, Manhattan

A co-op shareholder learns to appreciate the workers outside her window.

Hotels are seeing the benefits of scraping the T-word from their facades.

Last condo board votes to remove the T-word from its facade.

When a Foreclosure Sale Fizzles, Expect Fireworks

Written by Dale J. Degenshein on February 25, 2019

Gramercy Park, Manhattan

Boards need to know the rights of shareholders, lenders, and purchasers.

Parker New York will offer condos for the low, low price of $1.5 million.

The board didn't listen to shareholders. That has changed.

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