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Habitat Magazine Business of Management 2021

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A Q&A with the former president of Cadman Towers co-op in Brooklyn Heights.

Doing it once and doing it right will save money in the long run.

There Is Such a Thing as a Free Energy Audit

Written by Sue Treiman on November 04, 2020

Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn

Brooklyn co-op is a pioneer in new program to boost energy efficiency.

$20.3 million riverfront condo closes during citywide shutdown.

St. George Tower & Grill gets a complete makeover.

Unit-owners will be able to control light and temperature with their voices.

Proactive Co-op Board Makes a Preemptive Strike

Written by Marianne Schaefer on August 29, 2018

Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn

Brooklyn co-op voluntarily tackles massive balcony project.

Money is tied to a promise to remain affordable for at least 20 years.

Alternative approach saves big money on a Brooklyn roof job.

Should We Stay Affordable – or Go to Market Rate?

Written by Lisa Prevost on October 06, 2016

Brooklyn Heights

Mitchell-Lama co-ops, under pressure to cash in, might want to stay put.

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