New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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Smart technology releases heat only when needed, reducing waste.

Under the warranty of habitability, co-op and condo boards must make sure all intercoms work.

When shareholders are unhappy with management, the co-op board needs to act.

Fiasco highlights of iron-clad licensing agreements for co-op and condo boards.

Dispute over drawn-out construction, unpaid fees winds up in court.

If there are leaks, the building will never breathe properly.

New luxury tower planned for site of legendary Grove Press building.

Co-op Board Learns That Emails Can Bite Back

Written by Victor M. Metsch on January 07, 2021

Greenwich Village, Manhattan

Bitter dispute between neighbors lands in court, delivers a lesson.

In an unprecedented step, a co-op has taken on a third incarnation.

Injecting grout into a failing wall saved a building without displacing residents.

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