New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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“I think we have short-term memory,” says one broker.

Nine Queens co-ops finally own the land they sit on.

Affordable Citylights co-op caught in a double bind.

A Glaring Omission From Property Tax Commission

Written by Bob Friedrich on June 14, 2018

Bayside, Queens

Co-op and condo activist wants to have a seat at the table.

The Engineer Who Became a Property Manager

Written by Bill Morris on June 07, 2018

Jackson Heights, Queens

Ed Ermler happily takes everything that gets thrown his way.

When Making Rules, Boards Need to Know Their Limits

Written by Victor M. Metsch on May 31, 2018


Governing documents form a contract that cannot be breached.

Challenges have provided some relief, but major reform is needed.

By buying the land it sits on, co-op secures its future.

A co-op’s proprietary lease grants – and limits – a board’s power to fine.

Co-op and condo boards need a protective policy right now.

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