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Jonathan Vatner’s “Carnegie Hill” takes the reader inside a New York co-op.

Service on Wednesday, July 24 expected to draw thousands.

Even the best contingency plan can't prepare a board for unforeseeable surprises.

Don’t Block My View of Central Park!

Written by Victor M. Metsch on July 18, 2019

Midtown, Manhattan

Essex House legal battle seeks to put a price tag on a condo’s priceless amenity.

Cuomo extends Loft Law, a boon to artists and a bane to landlords.

Women Take Charge at Village House Condominium

Written by Bendix Anderson on July 04, 2019

Greenwich Village, Manhattan

Condo board is dominated by women for the first time in its history.

Who Gets to Go Up on the Roof?

Written by Dale J. Degenshein on July 01, 2019

Upper East Side, Manhattan

Co-op board and shareholder at odds over roof access.

A Good Doorman Is Hard to Find

Written by Bill Morris on June 27, 2019

Kips Bay, Manhattan

Through 45 years of service, Julian Muscat became family at Victoria House.

11-year-old scaffold and shed were not among the city’s true ancients.

The ultra-rich are saving millions by buying condos before July 1.

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