Curse as Blessing: How the Discovery of Theft Kept a Co-op From Sinking

Sometimes, what initially appeared to be a curse turns out to be a blessing. This was the case at Lindenwood Village, a 146-unit co-op in Howard Beach, Queens, where the discovery of a theft by the office manager led to a major house-cleaning that helped salvage what had been a sinking ship.  Read the article………….


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