New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community



Maintenance hikes are painful and unpopular – and often unavoidable.

Some lawyers say a license, not a lease, is the way for boards to go.

After throwing good money after bad, a co-op board hired the right professional.

Cap on deposits presents a hurdle for marginal buyers.

Con Edison request to raise rates for three years likely to win approval.

Boards squeezed by resident needs and regulatory demands.

As costs rise, co-op and condo boards can't pay-as-you-go.

The right consultant and scope of work are crucial to meeting new rules.

A Tech Tool to Keep Rooftop Water Tanks From Freezing

Written by Kathryn Farrell on October 23, 2019

New York City

System called myTankTemp monitors water temperature and sends alerts.

With promised reforms stalled, city council seeks regular re-evaluations.

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