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Scorched apartment – and a dozen others – still awaiting repairs.

Residents file lawsuit to keep homeless shelter out of the hood.

This Condo’s Decisions are Driven by Data

Written by Bill Morris on May 30, 2018

Midtown, Manhattan

Parc Vendome uses market research to determine residents’ priorities.

Co-ops, condos, and rentals lead the pack of property tax deadbeats.

Company flagship has turned into a $1.4 billion liability.

Not On My Billionaires Row, luxury condos tell homeless shelter.

Cooling of demand for luxury condos changes plans at iconic hotel.

Studies reveal that values have fallen well below average.

Boards, not shareholders, must enforce agreements with contractors.

De Blasio announces plan for shelter next to city’s priciest condo tower.

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