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NYC Curfew from 6/2/2020-6/7/2020 from 8:00pm to 5:00am

Governor Cuomo has announced that he is revising and extending the curfew on New York City. It will include Tuesday, June 2nd through Sunday, June 7th from 8:00 pm to 5:00 am, expiring Monday, June 8th at 5:00 am.

We will continue to monitor the situation and update you accordingly.

The safety and well-being of the building staff and residents are important to us. Please be vigilant during these times.

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer: Donate today!

Join the Midboro team on Sunday, October 20th as we make Strides Against Breast Cancer. Donate and support a great cause!  For more details click here.

Heat Advisory beginning July 19th to July 21st

7/13/19: Power Outage on the Upper West Side

Con Edison Operations is reporting that a transformer explosion at one of their sub-stations has caused a massive power outage from 34th Street North to 120th Street.  They are currently estimating that power will be restored around midnight.

Midboro is in direct communications with both affected Midboro buildings and Con Edison and will update everyone should the restoration time be extended by Con Edison.

Please conserve water.

If you are in need of any assistance, call the Midboro Emergency Number at 212-877-8500 extension 88.

If it is a life-threatening emergency, call 911.

Midboro’s offices will be closed on Thursday, July 4th & Friday, July 5th. Wishing all of you a fabulous holiday weekend!

BREAKING NEWS!!! 32B-32J strike averted with a new 4-year agreement

We are pleased to advise you that an AGREEMENT WAS REACHED WITH LOCAL 32B-32J.

Please contact your account executive if you have any questions or concerns.

Habitat: Inside Track Management Video Story- Featuring Michael J. Wolfe- “Review the Engineer’s Specs”

Check out Michael J. Wolfe on Habitat’s Management Showcase! Click here.

NYC Fire Department Emergency Fire Safety and Evacuations Instructions

It’s important that residents are educated on the proper protocol in the event of a fire at their building. Please click NYC Fire Department Emergency Fire Safety & Evacuations Instructions to familiarize yourself as well as members of your family and household staff on these guidelines.

“Why ‘zombie scaffolding’ stays up in NYC for years”- NBC New York

Check out Andrew Siff’s  report on “Why ‘zombie scaffolding’ stays up in NYC for years” . With commentary from Michael J. Wolfe, President of Midboro Management.

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