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Ask Mary: Here Are the Answers for a Tsunami of Asks

Written by Mary Federico on August 20, 2021

Inwood, Manhattan

How co-op and condo boards can deal with unreasonable requests.

Courts rule in favor of co-op board in dispute over a $1 million repair.

A new study reveals high vacancy rates in seven supertall condo towers.

Below-market sale goes through when Chelsea condo board is slow to act.

“Hybrid” heat pump system will avoid carbon-emission fines until 2050.

When a second brick facade began to separate, the board had to act.

Landmark West has, so far, managed to block construction on one tower.

Angry unit-owners seeking new board and $50 million in punitive damages.

Century-old building is taking steps to comply with the Climate Mobilization Act.

In Florida, New Yorker Learns There's No Place Like Home

Written by Michele Cardella on July 06, 2021

Tribeca, Manhattan

Tribeca co-op resident sees the "good" life in Florida, then hurries home.

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