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Bill seeks to thwart discrimination against apartment buyers and job seekers.

Campus-like complexes were never intended to fall under city's climate law. 

Carbon capture and geothermal would help co-op and condo boards comply.

Start early, think long-range and, above all, get control of soft costs.

High legal fees are avoidable if boards are willing to be flexible.

Utility blames rate hike request on inflation and the cost of complying with climate laws.

Program has so far collected a fraction of the $1.2 billion owed to the city.

Homeowners for a Stronger New York joins fight for help in reducing carbon emissions. 

Co-op and condo boards struggling to comply with a new anti-rat measure.

Good news for co-op and condo boards struggling to comply with Local Law 97.

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