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Manhattan home sales experience record decline

Manhattan home sales plunged by the sharpest decline in 30 years this spring as the coronavirus left brokers and...

Manhattan home sales experience record decline
Building managers, frustrated by rule breakers, seek to bolster their power to enforce house rules like wearing a mask (iStock)

Peloton plots, paramours and other problems as buildings reopen

Dog walkers, nannies, housekeepers and contractors are back at work in New Yorkers’ homes. Even some buildings that barred...

Peloton plots, paramours and other problems as buildings reopen
“People are looking for that bubble”: Brick Underground’s Teri Rogers on a residential market under lockdown

“People are looking for that bubble”: Brick Underground’s Teri Rogers on a residential market under lockdown

When you think of a New York City co-op board interview, your mind likely conjures up a well-heeled couple in their Sunday best, extremely...

“People are looking for that bubble”: Brick Underground’s Teri Rogers on a residential market under lockdown
730 Park Avenue (Google Maps, Wikipedia)

British aristocrats sue to quit Park Ave purchase

A couple whose family has been part of the British aristocracy for generations wants out of a $5.5 million...

British aristocrats sue to quit Park Ave purchase
16 Sutton Place (Credit: Google Maps)

Sutton Place co-op in turmoil over terrace fees

It’s not just New York City parks where tensions about open space are boiling over. At a co-op building...

Sutton Place co-op in turmoil over terrace fees
The Hamilton at 330 West 145th Street (Credit: StreetEasy)

Co-op boards battle coronavirus with more rules, litigation

Stuck-up co-op boards are hell-bent on surviving the global health crisis, by whatever means necessary. From New York to...

Co-op boards battle coronavirus with more rules, litigation
252 East 57th Street and 196 Orchard Street with Samantha Sheeber and Tal Alexander

Closing in the time of Covid-19: “We’re pulling out all the stops”

UPDATED Sunday, April 5, 2020, 11:43 a.m.: Closing in the time of coronavirus is onerous but not impossible. Developers...

Closing in the time of Covid-19: “We’re pulling out all the stops”
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Second Take: Related’s Israeli troubles and how co-ops are dealing with quarantine breakers

The reporters behind The Real Deal‘s coverage of the lawsuits quarantine breakers could face at co-ops and the Related Companies’ dicey time in Tel...

Second Take: Related’s Israeli troubles and how co-ops are dealing with quarantine breakers
Taxes would rise for owners of Manhattan mansions and penthouses, but the biggest shock would be on homeowners in Brooklyn neighborhoods (Credit: Pixabay)

City’s property tax overhaul would increase burden for single-family homeowners

The preliminary proposal from a mayoral commission to overhaul New York City’s property tax system would raise fees on...

City’s property tax overhaul would increase burden for single-family homeowners
Jacqueline Friedman Brogadir and 993 Fifth Avenue, 10th Floor (Credit: Brown Harris Stevens, Patrick McMullan/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

Daughter of Goldman exec nabs Fifth Avenue co-op for $25M

The daughter of Goldman Sachs’ head of merchant banking paid $25.3 million for a full-floor Fifth Avenue co-op. Jacqueline...

Daughter of Goldman exec nabs Fifth Avenue co-op for $25M
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