New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

Habitat Magazine June 2020 free digital issue



Got Drafting Errors? Amend Your Governing Documents

Written by Lisa A. Smith on November 27, 2017

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Correct confusing language to avoid legal battles.

Co-op and condo buyers need to heed the obvious warning signs.

Tragedy can result when boards pinch pennies on mandated repairs.

Neighbors fuming about the three-year nightmare on West 76th Street.

A co-op board filled two jobs with one perfect applicant.

Units now for sale at a jewel of the Upper West Side.

Preservationists and neighborhood activists can’t save century-old structure.

Veteran president sees board service as a blend of business, politics, and diplomacy.

Co-op board returns 1920s terra cotta to its original verdigris glory.

You CAN get good help – if you realize that size matters.

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