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Missed opportunity: LES co-op wants to re-vote on air rights sale but developers say they’ve moved on

Too late is the message Ascend Group and Optimum Asset Management has for residents of Seward Park Co-op. The developers of a former nursing...

Co-op board battles are dragging out renovations and repairs for years

Co-op board disputes with owners over renovations and repairs are dragging on years. The battles can delay changes and...

Keeping up appearances: Co-op boards are using this trick to beef up comps

When a co-op on the 34th floor of a ritzy Upper East Side building sold last year, the price...

“I can feel the burn on my cheek from the slap on the face”: Buyers sound off on co-op rejections

Even with a cooling market, some co-op boards haven’t eased up on demands they make of potential buyers. It’s unclear how many applications are...

Dakota co-op board race discrimination lawsuit dismissed

The Dakota board may have discriminated, but only in the way it’s supposed to.

Carnegie House residents bolting over Schron’s looming fees

An unusual ownership situation at Carnegie House in Midtown is undercutting prices and driving residents to sell in droves.

Midtown co-op board allegedly asked to interview buyer’s child

Co-op boards can be notoriously picky about who they allow to buy units in their buildings, but one prospective...

Peruvian billionaire gets $2.8M penthouse deposit back

Peruvian banking billionaire Carlos Rodriguez-Pastor won a refund of a $2.75 million penthouse deposit, with the judge agreeing that...

At this Village co-op, maintenance fees are close to zero

In an era of skyrocketing retail costs, the residents of a West Village co-op are experiencing an unexpected windfall. Co-ops with...

Blavatnik’s record $80M purchase approved by co-op board

Ukrainian-born American billionaire Len Blavatnik, who is vying to break New York City’s co-op record with an $80 million purchase, has...

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