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The Brown Bins Are a Hit at This Harlem Condo

Written by Marianne Schaefer on June 21, 2018

Harlem, Manhattan

Organics recycling is seen as an amenity at Strivers Gardens.

Seven city neighborhoods experienced biggest real estate jumps in the nation.

Big Harlem Co-op Solves Big Garbage Headache

Written by Marianne Schaefer on February 28, 2018

Harlem, Manhattan

Only the rats are unhappy after co-op board cleans up its act.

The Business Judgment Rule Is Both Shield and Sword

Written by Victor M. Metsch on December 14, 2017

Harlem, Manhattan

Two appeals court rulings reveal the scope and limits of a prized protection.

With the statute of limitations running out, boards sue developer.

Chanting “SoHa! Hell No!” local activists carry the day.

Bill would fine people who cook up alphabet-soup neighborhood names.

Critics see “SoHa” moniker as another sign of gentrification run amok.

A Harlem condo board creates a handbook to help first-time buyers embrace homeownership.

A Renaissance in Harlem

Written by Paula Chin on December 09, 2016


Refund of inflated tax payments leads to a co-op’s rebirth.

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