The Rental Market

A moment of silence

By Teri Karush Rogers | November 2, 2010 - 3:55PM

is in order: According to CurbedNY, the Atelier, 478-unit luxury condo on E. 42nd  is lowering its common charges...for the second year in a row.  Nice bragging rights for the owners of the 69 apartments currently for sale. So how'd the Atelier do it?  We already know that the building rents out its roof deck to non-residents for $5-10k a pop, but we'd like to hear more.  And we want to know how much the common charges have gone down. Anyone? (CurbedNY)

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