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Co-op and condo boards hit a snag in quest for green electricity.

The appeal of organics recycling appears to be tied to income.

New Law Would Block Co-ops From Recouping Legal Fees

Written by Bill Morris on October 28, 2021

New York City

In echo of earlier snafu, co-op boards could be treated like rental landlords.

DOB approves robots that provide photographs, videos and thermal imaging.

Begin with a budget that can pay for the desired scope of work.

Few boards appear willing to welcome unvaccinated trick-or-treaters.

A New Tech Tool if Co-op and Condo Staffs Go on Strike

Written by Bill Morris on October 21, 2021

New York City

Resident ID’s go digital, a major relief for property managers.

What To Do When “Temporary” Co-op Residents Grow Roots

Written by William D. McCracken on October 19, 2021

New York City

The building’s culture should guide co-op boards as the pandemic wanes.

The pandemic has sharpened the appetite for outdoor space.

New system is designed to bring federally backed premiums in line with risk.

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