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More stories about Condominium

  • Are Lawyers Crushing The Condo Market In Denver?

    Big builders and developers are bowing out of the condo business in Denver, Colorado. Is it because of the out-of-control construction defect lawsuits?

  • Kubix Ventilators

    Venmar Ventilation. Kubix heat- and energy-recovery ventilators are designed for condominiums and small homes up to about 1,000 square feet.

  • Combining Two Condos

    Real estate is scarce in Hoboken, N.J., so a few years ago our client decided to double his family's living space by buying the condo next door to his own and connecting the two units.

  • Mississippi Condo Owners Prevail in Wind Insurance Lawsuit

  • NYC Targets Unsold Condos, Stalled Projects

    UNSOLD CONDOMINIUMS, unrented apartments, and stalled construction sites will be turned into affordable housing under a new program launched by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD).

  • Boston Fights Foreclosures

    Boston —In February 2008, Mayor Thomas M. Menino, surrounded by city officials and photographers, visited a street of empty houses.

  • NYCHDC Eyes Failed Condos

    While many market-rate developers are mulling opportunities to buy distressed condominium deals, some in the affordable housing world are also keeping their eyes open.

  • Condo Crash Kills Nonprofit

    Gloucester, Mass.— Local affordable housing developer Cape Ann Housing Opportunity, Inc. (CAHO), filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection Jan. 7, claiming debt of up to $500,000 and assets of just $50,000.

  • NYC Seeks to Turn Unsold Condos into Affordable Units

    Unsold condominiums, unrented apartments, and stalled construction sites will be turned into affordable housing under a new program launched by the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD).

  • Nightmare at Pond View Village

    GLOUCESTER, MASS. - Bob Gillis has learned the hard way about the risks of building and selling highend condominiums. “It’s a tough business, and you have to have the nerves for it,” he said.