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Drop in Manhattan sales is seen as a “statistical anomaly,” not a trend.

With in-person showings returning and listings up, market begins to stir.

Board pushes ahead with replacement of 1,600 windows as city reopens.

Morningside Gardens successfully adapts to these challenging times.

In an unprecedented step, a co-op has taken on a third incarnation.

Though not able to diagnose COVID-19, sensor brings peace of mind.

Unionized workers at 75 Wall St. walk off the job.

Injecting grout into a failing wall saved a building without displacing residents.

COVID-19 leads to even sweeter deals at troubled One Manhattan Square.

The right to privacy trumps the advantages of sharing information.

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