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Boards, not shareholders, need to act when unwanted winged guests visit.

For Murray Hill Crescent board, no savings are too small.

Green Team Goes After More Than Low-Hanging Fruit

Written by Paula Chin on April 13, 2018

Inwood, Manhattan

Committee helped Park Terrace Gardens slash energy costs.

The Luxury Condo With Bargain Basement Balconies

Written by Bill Morris on April 11, 2018

Midtown East, Manhattan

Board overcomes shoddy construction from last building boom.

Company flagship has turned into a $1.4 billion liability.

How the Art Deco Hallways Were Redone

Written by Linda Connelly on April 10, 2018

Upper West Side, Manhattan

A design committee’s roadmap for tackling a hallway makeover.

The Making of a Dedicated Design Committee

Written by Linda Connelly on April 09, 2018

Upper West Side, Manhattan

“Gang of Six” comes together to lead tricky hallway renovation.

Cash is king as Manhattan sees lowest sales quarter in six years.

Policing resident conversations usually falls to building management.

Murray Hill Crescent’s treasurer knows where every dollar goes.

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