Macklowe sued over alleged defects at 150 E. 72nd St. (NY)

Residents of Harry Macklowe’s condo conversion at 150 East 72nd Street are very unhappy with their purchases — they’re taking the notoriously litigious developer to court over alleged construction defects and what they’ve said is a woefully inadequate building reserve fund.   Read the article…………


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