Co-op revokes woman’s purchase for $33,000 of $400,000 apartment, so she sues
Rental market avoids usual autumnal slump
Free map site is cool way to locate all retail businesses
Preferences for apartment size haven’t changed much over three years
Most expensive rental hits market at $165,000. . . a month
Cost of living in Manhattan 124% higher than national average
But our neighborhoods lag others because wealthiest residents pick its pockets
He gets rid of that old condo for an even $5 million
The former Adam Spiegel (more…)
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