Ask the HOA Expert: Special AssessmentsOur pool and clubhouse are 15 years old. The board wants to build a larger pool and upgrade the clubhouse which would require a $200,000 special assessment and drain our reserves....Read MoreDeck Those Condominium HallsAt our condominium, the grounds and buildings are kept immaculately and our hallways and lobbies have just been renovated by a professional decorator. The lobbies look elegant, and halls are newly carpeted. Some owners, however, have taken it upon themselves to put tables, plants and even paintings in the corridors....Read More
CityRealty sees big potential for new Manhattan development salesThe high-end development craze may be coming to a slight slowdown in New York City, but prices on for-sale units are still growing, according to CityRealty’s Manhattan New Development report.
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