Take a peek behind the facades of New York’s co-ops and condos to find out who's fixing things up, and how much it costs? Articles in this section cover dozens of individual projects in co-ops and condos all over New York City. Learn how NYC co-op/condo boards met the challenges of the fix-up, and how you can use their experiences to smooth out yours.
Written by Bill Morris on May 18, 2022
By limiting access to an inner courtyard, board saved more than $100,000.
Written by Bill Morris on May 11, 2022
Efficient new electric boiler for domestic hot water is a money saver.
Written by Bill Morris on May 04, 2022
Energy efficiency — and money savings — come to a South Bronx co-op.
Written by Bill Morris on April 27, 2022
City Council hearing gives boards — and others — a chance to voice concerns.
Written by Bill Morris on April 20, 2022
Push to reduce carbon emissions is changing the way people cook.
Written by Bill Morris on April 13, 2022
Many co-op and condo boards are operating under a false assumption.
Written by Bill Morris on April 06, 2022
Sometimes the scaffold and sidewalk shed cost more than the repairs.
Written by Bill Morris on March 23, 2022
Community solar project brings windfall with no upfront cash outlay.
Written by Bill Morris on March 16, 2022
Contractors worked overtime to harmonize a $280,000 system.
Written by Bill Morris on March 09, 2022
Free tool helps boards weigh prevailing wages against tax abatement.
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