Find advice, solutions and sympathy regarding everyday issues you may have as an NYC co-op or condo board member or manager in our Building Operations article section. Some of the questions and topics covered include: How do you run your staff? What happens when your boiler blows? How do you hire a roof-replacement contractor? If it’s about your physical plant, you’ll find it here.

New Software Keeps Managers on a Shorter Leash

Written by Tom Soter on February 23, 2017

Kew Gardens

Property Management Tracker seeks to make everyone more accountable.

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Central Park West co-op board orders “RESIST” signs removed from windows.

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Sometimes you need to get creative when dealing with a noisy neighbor.

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Women are making inroads in a field still dominated by men.

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Soho Co-op Cashes In for $42 million

Written by Bill Morris on February 14, 2017


In a Soho that has changed for the worse, shareholders agree to sell.

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When a new building rises next door, co-op boards need to know their duties.

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A High-Tech Way to Deal With a Deluge of Deliveries

Written by Tom Soter on January 31, 2017

New York City

Security and savings in staff time are two benefits of the automated package locker. 

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Dealing with the Deluge of Deliveries

Written by Paula Chin on January 24, 2017

Gramercy Park

Some co-op and condo boards manage to turn a nuisance into an opportunity.

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Here are two ways to brighten your lobby: with a modernized package room and a smiling doorman.

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Apply now for the new NYC Building Operator Training Program.

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Learn all the basics of NYC co-op and condo management, with straight talk from heavy hitters in the field of co-op or condo apartments

Professionals in some of the key fields of co-op and condo board governance and building management answer common questions in their areas of expertise

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