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Two shareholders make a difference by getting "actively involved."

Developer’s offer of $54 million rejected by shareholders.

Lawsuit filed as city council considers trimming co-op board powers.

Board supports $54 million offer, but shareholders are split.

Neighbor vs. Neighbor Produces No Winners

Written by Dale J. Degenshein on June 08, 2018

SoHo, Manhattan

A leak, a lawsuit, and questions about enforcing house rules.

Masaryk Towers co-op will stay in the Mitchell-Lama program.

Boards can require – and store – pictures and identification of visitors.

Small-Town Values at Work in a Big-City Co-op

Written by Bill Morris on June 05, 2018

Tribeca, Manhattan

Doug Moss has brought a little bit of Texas to Manhattan.

This Condo’s Decisions are Driven by Data

Written by Bill Morris on May 30, 2018

Midtown, Manhattan

Parc Vendome uses market research to determine residents’ priorities.

Illegal bathroom is why boards insist on alteration agreements.

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