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Supertall luxury condo towers are nearly half empty.

Rich absentee homeowners don’t ride the subway. Why should they pay to fix it?

Parker New York will offer condos for the low, low price of $1.5 million.

Most luxury condos sold at a loss over the past four years.

Pied-a-terre tax gains new momentum in Democrat-controlled Legislature.

Buildings are big polluters. Trump’s are the biggest.

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.

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