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Units now for sale at a jewel of the Upper West Side.

Preservationists and neighborhood activists can’t save century-old structure.

Veteran president sees board service as a blend of business, politics, and diplomacy.

Co-op board returns 1920s terra cotta to its original verdigris glory.

You CAN get good help – if you realize that size matters.

Boards must take hard and fast steps when mice set up housekeeping.

Robert A.M. Stern tapped to oversee condo conversion at 1908 icon on the Upper West Side.

Central Park West co-op board orders “RESIST” signs removed from windows.

Things get complicated when the super and the board president are an item.

Here are two ways to brighten your lobby: with a modernized package room and a smiling doorman.

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