Just in time for Halloween, there's been some chatter regarding hallway and door decorations in New York apartments. Brownstoner notes that in July, a Clinton Hill co-op board controversially "decided to enforce a house rule: no decorations on any doors, without getting board approval first," since in a co-op you don't have the rights to your door, the decision is out of one's hands. A recent Habitat article breaks it down, but what about those not in co-ops? While stoops, hallway rights, and even smoking rules in buildings are ongoing hot topics, the door often gets ignored. How does your building handle decorations?
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