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Boards are softening rules to lure buyers away from glitzy condos.

A Match Made in Hell: Classical Pianist vs. Techno Lover

Written by Dale J. Degenshein on November 15, 2019

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Techno blasting upstairs triggers lawsuit from the pianist downstairs.

Is the shareholder or the board responsible for keeping the peace?

Poor management – and slack board oversight – bring double disaster.

Co-op cited for first community solar project at a landmarked building.

When scaffolding is up, do as much work as possible.

Two months after a fatal accident, inspectors’ performance rated “poor.”

Shareholders need to band together to control noisy commercial tenants.

Co-op and condo boards are asked to renegotiate contracts, cut rents.

"Meritless" lawsuit is tossed after bicyclist died.

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