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Curbed reader Bruce Antelman asks:
The top floor of my building is currently on the market. Along with the purchase of the floor a residential buyer is also interested in purchasing roof rights in order to build a private deck and a garden. How can the building figure out how much the roof rights are worth in terms of a purchase price and maintenance?Got the scoop? Ideas or answers for Bruce in the comments thread, s'il vous plait.