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The Energy Pioneers of Central Park West

Written by Frank Lovece on April 12, 2019

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Two elegant Emery Roth-designed co-ops are on the cutting edge.

In sluggish luxury market, One Manhattan Square offers “insane” incentives.

Switching from heat to air-conditioning before May 31 is against the law.

A Piano, a Puppy, and a Co-op’s Crossed Wires

Written by Michele Cardella on April 05, 2019

Tribeca, Manhattan

In my co-op, people sometimes say one thing when they mean another.

Lawsuit by contractor says developer of condo tower tried to cut corners.

Enertiv monitors pinpoint electricity usage and potential trouble spots.  

Do Co-op and Condo Boards Have to Reveal Their Plans?

Written by Dale J. Degenshein on March 22, 2019

Midtown East, Manhattan

Courts rule board can approve roof deck, then order its removal.

Rich absentee homeowners don’t ride the subway. Why should they pay to fix it?

Thinking Outside the Building After a Gas Leak

Written by Marianne Schaefer on March 21, 2019

East Village, Manhattan

Stricter gas line regs lead a co-op to an innovative solution.

Board has power to deny lease renewal over a peripatetic pet.

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