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Changing Succession Rights Is a Tricky Puzzle for Co-op Boards

Written by Ingrid Manevitz, Jeremy Cohen and Dennis Greenstein on September 21, 2023

New York City

Opening the door lessens control over shareholders' financial health and personal character.

New York metro area leads the nation in creating clean-energy jobs. 

Co-op and condo boards to get leeway on reducing building carbon emissions.

Rewrite of zoning rules designed to eliminate barriers to energy-efficiency projects.

Working- and middle-class co-ops and condos hit hardest.

Bill Would Give a Tax Abatement for Carbon Emission Cuts

Written by Paula Chin on September 07, 2023

New York City

The carrot of a tax break could replace the stick of stiff fines.

Annual Parapet Inspections Required After Sept. 28

Written by Bill Morris on September 06, 2023

New York City

Sidewalk sheds sure to proliferate as co-ops and condos get another mandate.

Under Local Law 18, thousands of apartment are off-limits to short-term rentals.

Happy Labor Day!!!

September 04, 2023

New York City

The Habitat Group wishes a happy end of summer to the co-op and condo community.

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