Cheers for 32BJ workers in Upper West Side

At 7:00 p.m. throughout New York, you can hear applause burst out of the windows to honor the first response workers on the frontlines of fighting the COVID-19 pandemic.

Carnegie Hill Neighbors First Film Festival includes Screenings in Historic Locations

Carnegie Hill Neighbors (CHN), that veritable fount of activities in the Upper East Side, has come up with an entertaining idea to get the neighbors together of every age.

How to Keep Your Certificate of Occupancy Up-to-Date

If a building does not have a permanent Certificate of Occupancy (C of O), it can cause problems in the future for residents who may want to do renovations.

Rosario Candela: Elegant New York Architect at The Museum of the City of New York

Rosario Candela, the architect who defines 1920s Art Deco grandeur in highly desirous prewar buildings in New York, finally gets his due at the Museum of the City of New York’s exhibit,

Is There a Normal Increase for Monthly Charges?

How does a Board calculate increases to maintenance and common charges? Learn more.

Tax Plan’s Cap on Property Deduction

Causing consternation among home owners, the GOP tax plan’s new cap on property taxes effects coops and condos

How to reduce your tax bill when selling your NYC apartment

Save this! If you renovated your coop or condo, those expenses could reduce the amount of capital gains tax due when you sell.

What Is the Best Shade of White Paint to Use When Selling a Home?

Designers share their favorite white paints to help sell New York apartments with a neutral color.

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