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Two eye-popping sales signal gentrification has swamped Harlem.

The Windsor Tower Co-op Board Doesn’t Cut Corners

Written by Bill Morris on October 26, 2018

Murray Hill, Manhattan

"We see the importance of getting quality."

Common areas are not for privileged personal use.

Developer's $54 million proved to be a one-time offer.

Commission holds its seventh public hearing today in Tribeca.

Unhappy Shareholders Cannot Sue Boards Willy-Nilly

Written by Dale J. Degenshein on October 19, 2018

Turtle Bay, Manhattan

The Business Judgment Rule is thick armor for boards.

Unit-owners vote to remove the T-word from their building’s facade.

Harlem shed was far from the oldest in a city full of ancient eyesores.

A Line of Credit Is for a Rainy Day

Written by Bill Morris on October 16, 2018

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Boards that dip into this emergency fund need to have a plan for repaying it.


Great Magazines Think Alike

Written by Bill Morris on October 04, 2018

Lower East Side, Manhattan

Current issues of Habitat and The New Yorker feature cover art by Marcellus Hall.

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