NY lawmakers want more transparency from co-ops

Lawmakers in New York are trying to push through a bill that would force co-op boards to explain why they reject potential buyers of their apartments. The bill is meant to prevent discrimination by co-ops when they make such decisions, proponents of the new law say. If the state senate bill is approved, it would

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Average Manhattan apartment price tops $1 million for first time

The average price of an apartment in New York’s Manhattan area has shot past the $1 million barrier for the first time, according to a new study by real estate data firm CityRealty.

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