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Upper West Side »

Board members of a co-op on West 106th are accused of "gross mismanagement."

SoHo »

The forum will be held Wednesday night at St. Anthony's Church on Sullivan Street.

Upper West Side »

The co-op board defended its decision to require dogs to take DNA tests if their breeds are unclear.

Upper West Side »

The co-op board wants dog-owning residents to prove their pet's pedigree to weed out unwanted breeds.

Midtown East »

Joyce Kacin said Woodstock Tower's board asked her to bring her young son to her interview.

Williamsburg »

Lawyers for Lindsay Park say critics who want to alter election procedure want changes that violate law.

Murray Hill, Gramercy & Midtown East »

David Moldawer, who grew up in The Bryon building on East 32nd Street, said the co-op is blocking him from moving his family into one of the units his parents own. He filed a lawsuit to fight them.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Juan Pablo Pichardo, a handyman at The Eastmore, is reportedly suing over a series of jokes made about his height.

Upper West Side & Morningside Heights »

The Dakota co-op board has been racially discriminating against applicants, a new lawsuit reportedly claims.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Community Board 8 killed a preliminary proposal to allow apartment buildings within 125 feet of Second Avenue to post billboards as a way to recoup money lost to the Second Avenue Subway project.