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Unit-owners learn that $6 million apartments are not immune to construction flaws.

Vaults Are a Pandora’s Box for Midtown Condo

Written by Emily Myers on January 03, 2024


When leaking first appeared at a landmarked Midtown condo, a much bigger problem lay beneath the property.

Condo sellers are finding that auctions are not just for art and antiques.

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

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

Shareholders rebel against paying high price for land or six-fold rent increase.

Leaders call for greater transparency, sanctions against Putin's cronies.

Neighborhood activists fail to keep hotel from becoming homeless shelter.

A new study reveals high vacancy rates in seven supertall condo towers.

Billionaires’ Row is home to some very rich and very unhappy condo buyers.

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