New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community



Property manager sees indecision as an enemy in fast-changing times.

Inspecting the water is just the beginning of a board's worries.

Get the right professionals together to keep commercial space rented.

Board and manager turn invasive repairs into upgrade opportunity.

New report blasts lax practices by the Department of Finance.

Choice New York has acquired its second company in the past two years.

Even if it’s not in the lease, boards can change requirements.

Follow the steps: fiduciary duty, building operations, and transparency.

Outside help can be vital when boards have to juggle multiple insurance claims.

City comptroller says retail vacancies increased by half in last decade.

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