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Running an Art Deco Co-op Isn't All Glamor

Written by Paula Chin on January 24, 2020

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Sometimes the job gets downright prosaic.

Landmarks Preservation Commission agrees to bend the rules.

Meticulous facade work restores century-old building’s luster.

Art Deco Gem Nurtures Its Artistic Legacy

Written by Paula Chin on January 17, 2020

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Master Apartments on Riverside Drive remains true to its past.

Bad timing: 421-a abatements are being phased out in a soft market.

The Williams is evacuated as residents move to East Harlem.

A Match Made in Hell: Classical Pianist vs. Techno Lover

Written by Dale J. Degenshein on November 15, 2019

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Techno blasting upstairs triggers lawsuit from the pianist downstairs.

When scaffolding is up, do as much work as possible.

"Meritless" lawsuit is tossed after bicyclist died.

A Master Plan to Keep an Upper West Side Co-op Cool

Written by Bendix Anderson on October 16, 2019

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Through-the-wall AC units arrive in a historic district.

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