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Precautionary as well as Mandatory Measures Taken by Co-ops and Condos in NYC

Coronavirus, NYC, Other, Real Estate Developments, Real Estate Legality, Real Property

As policies from the state and city rush in to deal with Covid-19, many actors in the real estate market are acting swiftly to comply with directives or put in place measures of their own to reduce the spread of the disease and protect their residents and communities. To find out more follow these links.

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