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In which UWS co-op residents feud over the alleged presence of an in-apartment basketball court.
But the resident says the suit is really about racism.
“He’s not a farm animal," said Danielle Forgione. "He’s part of the family.” Based on the videos below, Petey probably has no idea what the big deal is, since he is OBVIOUSLY actually a dog.
Rich people hate the public having a place to "hang out."
It's the choice they have to make between letting their ravenous progeny wail or opening the gate to a lifetime of obesity and hypertension. There is no middle ground.
If you're paying $65 million for a co-op, then of course it should have a recording studio.
Queens co-op owners are still furious that a DOF computer error caused their property values to rise as much as 147% and say the Bloomberg Administration is trying to kill the middle class.
After months of enduring the cigar smoke wafting into his apartment
Could you live here for cheap? (NYC Homesteading) Today, the Post
Photograph by Marianne O'Leary on Flickr As the Stuyvesant Town and
He's a shoe-in. So you want to live in a fancy
Photograph of Aidan and Buckley by Amrit Singh New Yorkers may
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