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 Paula Chin on May 20, 2020
Reps serve as boards’ advocates during complex capital projects.
Written by Paula Chin on May 06, 2020
Injecting grout into a failing wall saved a building without displacing residents.
Written by Marianne Schaefer on April 29, 2020
Downtime is a good time to correct violations and plan future projects.
Written by Carol J. Ott on April 22, 2020
Payroll relief has so far been denied by the federal government.
Written by Marianne Schaefer on April 15, 2020
DOB decides, case by case, if work can continue.
Written by Marianne Schaefer on April 08, 2020
Safety precautions turn a routine capital work into a bureaucratic maze.
Written by Marianne Schaefer on April 01, 2020
Elevator work already under way can be completed.
Written by Carol J. Ott on March 25, 2020
What co-op condo boards can expect while the city is on “pause.”
Written by Bill Morris on March 18, 2020
Board exercised its right of first refusal on an under-priced unit.
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