NYC co-ops and condos, like all residential apartment buildings, are bricks and mortar. They need care, maintenance, and money to pay for the upkeep. The goal, though, is not to make a profit, but to create an environment that owners want to live and invest in. How co-op and condo buildings do that in New York City is what you'll find here.
After posting bail, Glenn Hirsch was allowed to return to the Amherst co-op, infuriating fellow shareholders.
Written by Bill Morris on August 05, 2022
Eviction should be the last resort when dealing with a shareholder who's a hoarder.
July 18, 2022
Strength in numbers is the weapon of choice in dealing with difficult building staffers.
Written by Bill Morris on June 30, 2022
Co-op’s lawyer and district attorney protested release on $500,000 bail.
Written by Alex Seaman on June 16, 2022
Broker cites numerous pressures pushing costs up, up and away.
Here’s how to rein in the cost of scaffolding, sidewalk sheds, permits and engineering.
June 07, 2022
Co-op board modifies proprietary lease, foisting cost of extermination on shareholders.
Co-op board and contractor adapt to challenging times to get job done.
Co-op and condo board business broken down into bite-sized bits - 2 stories each week. Read now on all digital devices.