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(Un)Civil War at Seward Park: Part 1

Written by Marianne Schaefer on June 24, 2016

Lower East Side

Valet parking deal divides Lower East Side co-op.

The horse may have left the barn, but at least someone is finally closing the barn door.

A pair of 50-story riverfront towers may be joining an even taller twosome.

The Little Co-op That Could (Remain Affordable)

Written by Bill Morris on May 17, 2016

Lower East Side

An HDFC co-op resists the trend to cash in on soaring apartment prices.

A Co-op's Long Legal Nightmare Is (Finally) Over

Written by Bill Morris on May 13, 2016

Lower East Side

Seward Park settles dispute over 1999 parking garage collapse.

 A second tall tower is set to rise at the foot of the Manhattan Bridge.

Katz’s Deli survives by selling two properties and air rights for $17 million.

New wrinkle in the sale of AIDS hospice to luxury condo developers.

This story just keeps on giving.

Nursing facility sold on the sly to luxury condo developers.

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