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Rules on down payments and renovations are two of the market-driven changes.

At This Manhattan Co-op, the Super Is the In-House Historian

Written by Michele Cardella on October 07, 2022

Tribeca, Manhattan

Museum artifacts range from a Captain America shield to ancient beer cans.

Unit-owners, unlike renters, have limited protections in a gas shutdown.

Board saves millions by tackling two capital projects at once.

Dispute over drawn-out construction, unpaid fees winds up in court.

Work begun before passage of Local Law 97 puts co-op in a sweet spot.

The Growing Pains of a 40-Year-Old Co-op on Central Park West

Written by Bill Morris & Carol J. Ott on September 09, 2022

Upper West Side, Manhattan

These cooperators had to start from scratch back in the 1980s.

Lawsuit claims luxury condo buyer was lied to during sale.

Lawsuit seeks to block smoke shop from opening in pricey co-op building.

The condo board argued that the Blood Center's 16-story building violates zoning laws.

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