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Restorers honored for rebirth of a cast-iron Noho gem.

54 Bond Street’s impeccable restoration honored by Landmarks Conservancy.

The Tree Pit That Became a Money Pit

Written by Marianne Schaefer on May 02, 2018

NoHo, Manhattan

Condo board spends $40,000 – and still doesn't have a tree.

Never-ending Noho construction job turns a home into a hell.

Do NOT Call 311

August 10, 2016


The right way and the wrong way for shareholders to file complaints.

Recent news affecting co-op / condo buyers, sellers, boards and residents. As the year ends, some things don't change. To wit: Two Financial District condo boards and Pace University have filed a lawsuit to keep a city Probation Department center out of the neighborhood; co-op shareholders at Dunham House on the Upper East Side are fighting a retailer who threatens to block their views; and a condo board in Flushing, Queens, is getting sued for its treatment of a Buddhist church. Man, who hates Buddhists? Plus, one of the New York Giants is renting out his condo apartment during Super Bowl week since, let's face it, the Giants have no reason to stick around.

... Manhattan condo prices tells the rest of the country's real estate to sit down and shut up, and we'll tell you the condo where Ricky Martin's going to be living on East 85th Street.

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