Monthly Archives: April 2012

You’re Invited

You only have a few more days to sign up for your free pass to ABO’s BuildingsNY show at the Javits Center, coming up Wednesday and Thursday. Please join us for the keynote breakfast panel at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday and … Continue reading

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Certiorari Denied

The Supreme Court this morning denied certiorari in Harmon v. Kimmel, dashing industry hopes for a hearing next fall on the constitutionality of rent control. The Court made no comment on its reasoning.

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NOI, Vacancy Losses UP – Go Figure

We’re still waiting for the Supreme Court to decide whether it will even hear the Harmon challenge to rent control. The justices didn’t vote last week as scheduled and it is on the agenda for their conference again today. Net … Continue reading

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Waiting on Supreme Court

The US Supreme Court today postponed its expected decision on whether to hear a constitutional challenge to NY’s rent regulations. Harmon v. Kimmel, which was on last Friday’s conference calendar, was added to this coming Friday’s. The Justices tend to … Continue reading

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Water Flowing Up

Water rates could go up 7 percent in July under the schedule proposed by the Department of Environmental Protection. The average metered apartment bill would go up to $610 per year. Thirty thousand buildings still on frontage rates would be … Continue reading

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