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The Department of Buildings has failed to collect $627 million over the past six years.

Many co-ops and condo expect added costs in fight against rats.

Apartment buyers face a moral dilemma during grilling by the co-op board.

Mandatory program would begin in June, differs from voluntary organics recycling.

Mayor signs bill that will accelerate the city's ban on a prime air pollutant.

Co-op boards risk “suicide” if they allow their lease to expire.

Here are some tips as two bank collapses lead to jitters worldwide.

Co-op and condo boards can now forbid all short-term rentals. 

Realizing resistance is futile, boards are embracing energy efficiency projects.

Loosening fire department restrictions could boost solar for co-ops and condos.

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