Rivington House Investigation Culminates With Allure Group, Harlem And More Settlement

NY Curbed reports that attorney General Eric Schneiderman has reached a settlement with Allure Group, the for-profit healthcare provider being investigated in connection to the sale of two nursing homes— Continue Reading →

Brewer And Chin Unveil Deed Restriction Reform Bill

chin and brewer in nycOn Wednesday, May 23rd, 2016 Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer and Councilmember Margaret Chin will unveil legislation to reform the city’s practices concerning the modification of deed restrictions.

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Harlem Site Purchased For $875K After Deed Restriction Lifted

Meredith-Marshall-841-St.-Nicholas-AvenueBRP Companies recently purchased a Harlem development site just a few months after the city agreed to lift a deed restriction at the property, raising questions similar to those swirling around the recent sale of 45 Rivington Street, known as Rivington House. Continue Reading →


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