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An Encore for the Carl Fischer Building’s Original Glory

Written by Marianne Schaefer on November 14, 2018

Astor Place, Manhattan

Condo board adds value by restoring Astor Place gem.

City reneges on promise to turn Harlem rental into affordable co-op.

Atelier condo unit-owners file complaint against condo board.

City Living in the Country

Written by Michele Cardella on November 09, 2018

Tribeca, Manhattan

Co-ops and HOAs have more in common than meets the eye.

Slumping luxury condo sales inspire FOR RENT signs. 

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.

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