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  • 04.15.14 Voting Open for National Mgr. of the Year Contest
    Vote between April 14-27, 2014. The Top 3 On-site Managers are Nickie Greco of Palomino Park Owners Association (Highlands Ranch, CO), Marcy Kravit of 2600 Condominium (Weston, FL), and Mystre' Van Horn of Fairfield Harbour POA (New Bern, NC). The Top 3 Portfolio Managers are Danielle Carbajal of Prellis Property Management (Granada Hills, CA), Catherine Holladay of Management Specialists Services, LLC (Gainesville, FL) and Jose Pazos of Pazos, Robaina & Zapata Management Group (Miami, FL). Winners announced in Orlando, FL on May 14, 2014. Winners get trophy and $5,000 cash prize. [Association Reserves]
  • 02.24.2014 Historic West Harlem RKO Hamilton Theater Could Become Luxury Condos. HARLEM — The historic RKO Hamilton Theater may become luxury condos in exchange for the preservation and restoration of the interior theater as a community performance space.[]
  • 02.21.2014 Sweeping Views for $17.8 Million. A corner unit in the 35-story limestone tower portion of 15 Central Park West, the address where units perform like blue chip stock on the resale market, sold for $17.8 million and was the most expensive sale of the week, according to city records.[New York Times]
  • 02.10.2014 NYers Pay Record Heating Prices. New Yorkers are paying record prices for heating this month as cold weather and natural gas restrictions boost demand for oil, draining supplies already at the lowest in more than two decades on the U.S. East Coast.[Crain's New York Business]
  • 02.10.2014 Post Sandy, Area Wastewater Systems Get Costly Upgrades. New York area sewage systems and wastewater treatment plans are undertaking costly repairs and upgrades to fortify their facilities against the next Superstorm Sandy.[The Real Deal]
  • 02.09.2014 Should Luxury Apartments Be Built On Public Housing Property? The Alfred E. Smith Houses are located in lower Manhattan. 1,151 apartments would be created in two new residential buildings, replacing 16 Parking Spaces, a Garbage Compactor Yard, and a Paved Baseball Field & Basketball Court (NYCHA)[Gothamist]
  • 02.07.2014 Bowl-No-Mor in the East Village? William Macklowe reportedly plans to replace Bowlmor Lanes and a parking garage at 110 University Place between 12th and 13th Streets with luxury condominiums.[The Observer]
  • 01.17.2014 40-Story Condo Development Headed to Fifth Avenue, Report Says. MIDTOWN — A huge new residential development could soon come to Midtown, according to a report. Jon Kushner, a developer with the Kushner Real Estate Group, purchased three buildings at the corner of Fifth Avenue and West 30th Street in the hopes of building a high-end condo there, according to a report in Bisnow. []

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