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Legal Fee Recovery for Co-ops in Jeopardy

Written by Marianne Schaefer on January 10, 2019

Lower East Side, Manhattan

Appeals court calls common proprietary lease provision “unenforceable.”

Health care instead of luxury condos for Lower East Side building.

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

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.

Court slashes fees in parking garage dispute by 62 percent.

Developer’s offer of $54 million rejected by shareholders.

Board supports $54 million offer, but shareholders are split.

Masaryk Towers co-op will stay in the Mitchell-Lama program.

Rising incentives plus falling costs equal a doable renewable-energy project.

City tries to make amends for allowing AIDS hospice to become luxury condos.

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