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Last condo board votes to remove the T-word from its facade.

When boards negotiate with a developer, they need to build in protections.

State busts landlord who held all shares and charged market-rate rents.

Sometimes disaster has an ugly smell but a silver lining.

The Accountant Who Became a Property Manager

Written by Bill Morris on January 31, 2019

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Dawn Dickstein also brought co-op board experience to her second career.

City sues Upper West Side co-op for blocking health inspectors.

Harperley Hall wins three-year legal war with a pop superstar.

New Upper West Side co-op shareholders get an unpleasant surprise.

Common areas are not for privileged personal use.

Unit-owners vote to remove the T-word from their building’s facade.

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