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The co-op at 22 W. 26th St. in NoMad has installed a new three-cell cooling tower with efficiency controls and VFDs, which is expected to reduce operating costs by 30% and water use by 50%, while also improving the building's D energy efficiency grade.

The ultra-rich are saving millions by buying condos before July 1.

Condo Board’s Long Legal Nightmare May Be Over

Written by Bill Morris on August 10, 2017

NoMad, Manhattan

Courts rule that sponsor is responsible for faulty construction.

Recent news affecting co-op / condo buyers, sellers, boards and residents. This week, a co-op board didn't want to let a diabetic senior with Parkinson's disease have air conditioners since, really, what's more important? Your life and health or your building's aesthetic profile? Elsewhere, a hedge-fund giant wants what he wants at his condo's pool — but can he fight the condo's moms and win? In Tribeca a gym is out, in Greenwich Village Philip Seymour Hoffman's last apartment is on sale, and in NoMad — yes, NoMad, that's a thing — there's a high-tech condo called Huys, pronounced "house." Plus, here's what'll happen at your own apartment huys if workers go on strike.

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