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The board of 75 Wall St., a 346-unit condo in Manhattan’s Financial District, is reaping big savings in energy costs.

Strict Fannie Mae guidelines might be blocking residents' mortgages.

Financial District building plagued by mysterious elevator breakdowns.

Condo Boards Can Get Burned by Inadequate Bylaws

Written by Andrew P. Brucker on August 27, 2021

Financial District, Manhattan

A fire in a downtown condo's commercial unit lit up a legal brawl.

Electric-powered rooftop cooling units will reduce carbon emissions.

Construction boom plus pandemic equals a glut of empty apartments.

Ruling gives boards broader power to recoup money from sponsors and investors.

Unionized workers at 75 Wall St. walk off the job.

Lawsuit by contractor says developer of condo tower tried to cut corners.

Uptown luxury co-ops slide in value as money moves downtown.

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