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.
Written by Paula Chin on December 28, 2020
Condop board installed no-touch doors just before the pandemic hit.
Written by Bill Morris on December 17, 2020
David Niederman has helped improve B-2 bombers and Long Island co-ops.
Written by Paula Chin on December 10, 2020
Boards have until Dec. 31 to file mandated reports.
November 27, 2020
Boards are facing a distasteful choice: impose assessments or raise fees?
November 23, 2020
New audit reveals the city is not following its own strict new rules.
Written by Bill Morris on November 19, 2020
Hell’s Kitchen co-op works hard not to become a holiday hotel.
Written by Bill Morris on November 03, 2020
Memories of summertime looting linger as bitter campaign comes to an end.
Written by Sue Treiman on October 29, 2020
Residents of outer boroughs needed to join the ambitious TOSS crusade.
Written by Paula Chin on October 21, 2020
Co-op board jumps through bureaucratic hoops to secure backup power.
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