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Harlem Co-op’s Brownstone Facade Needs Major Help

Written by Bill Morris on August 08, 2018

Harlem, Manhattan

Garden Court forced to deal with shoddy workmanship by city.

Approach to capital projects is to do as much as possible.

In This Co-op, Community Was the Cure for Calamity

Written by Michele Cardella on July 27, 2018

Tribeca, Manhattan

Things break – but goodwill can help put them back together.

Scorched apartment – and a dozen others – still awaiting repairs.

The Andrews Organization was quick to put “experienced boots on the ground.”

A Fairy Tale About a Co-op Full of Happy People

Written by Marianne Schaefer on July 25, 2018

Lenox Hill, Manhattan

A visionary board and supportive shareholders add up to “unique” harmony.

Court slashes fees in parking garage dispute by 62 percent.

Upper Manhattan residents sickened by Legionella bacteria.

Jeff Byles has become a steward for his co-op's 19th-century buildings.

Conversion from rent-stabilized would tip balance in downtown Manhattan.

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