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The “experience economy” includes pricey condos on top of pricey shops.

Sometimes disaster has an ugly smell but a silver lining.

The Accountant Who Became a Property Manager

Written by Bill Morris on January 31, 2019

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Dawn Dickstein also brought co-op board experience to her second career.

High end sales are lowest since the Great Recession hit bottom.

The Vermeer Responds to Chelsea Water Main Break

Written by Bill Morris on January 24, 2019

Chelsea, Manhattan

A property manager uses communication to help a co-op through a disaster.

Building a Better Backup Generator

Written by Bill Morris on January 23, 2019

Battery Park City, Manhattan

Battery Park City condo is ready for the next big one(s).

The Arduous Art of Evicting a Serial Subletter

Written by Dale J. Degenshein on January 21, 2019

Yorkville, Manhattan

It’s possible, but not easy, to evict a shareholder for objectionable conduct.

A Mitchell-Lama Co-op Keeps Its Options Open

Written by Bill Morris on January 16, 2019

Kips Bay, Manhattan

Co-op can go to market rate without paying prepayment penalty.

The gold standard of old is giving way to new condos and their amenities.

City will finalize rules during extended rollout.

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