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Peeping Tom landlord hit with more charges

An Upper West Side landlord who allegedly secretly filmed a young woman living in his building is facing additional charges after illicit videos of another tenant were found on his computer.

Landlords seeking more evictions after Airbnb ruling

The Manhattan attorney who won a landmark court decision to evict a man renting out his rent-stabilized apartment on...

Larry Gluck sues architect for allegedly coming up 5 ft. short

New York City real-estate mogul Laurence Gluck is suing the architect who designed his $12.5 million Hamptons mansion after...

Gateway Plaza tenants file suit, claim apartments are drafty

Tenants slapped the LeFrak Organization and other parties associated with Gateway Plaza with a $100 million class action lawsuit...

Condo board loses suit over ailing tenant’s air conditioning

Manhattan Supreme Court ruled in favor of an ailing 73-year-old man who accused the co-op board at 200 Central...

Family of Ponzi schemer Gershon Barkany hit with suit

Four relatives of Gershon Barkany, who pleaded guilty last year in a $62 million Ponzi scheme involving fraudulent New...

Condo board hit with disability suit over dog access

The condominium board at Cove Club in Battery Park City is facing a lawsuit for allegedly barring a deaf...

NYU will push ahead with Zipper Building, despite ruling

Neighborhood groups aiming to curb New York University’s expansion in Greenwich Village are threatening to sue should the school...

Judge says city can’t put waste facility in public park

A waste facility in Brooklyn’s Spring Creek Park would require approval from the New York State Legislature to operate...

Baruch Singer’s Bialystoker Synagogue suit withdrawn

Landlord Baruch Singer and East River Housing Corporation president Lenny Greher, two board members of Bialystoker Synagogue, withdrew their...

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