New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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Proactive inspections are a response to two recent building collapses.

The business judgment rule gives boards broad powers — if they act in good faith.

Boards can save money while getting rooftops ready for amenities.

A $27 billion pot of money to help buildings switch from fossil fuels.

Courts affirm a co-op board's immense power under the Business Judgment Rule.

Four-year deal improves pay, preserves benefits and keeps workers on the job.

The SmartWatt Boiler generates heat and electricity, cutting carbon emissions.

Another reason emerges for co-op and condo boards to switch from gas stoves.

Amalgamated Co-op Wins Grant to Explore Geothermal Energy

Written by Bill Morris on October 12, 2022

The Bronx

Clean, renewable energy could be coming to a venerable Bronx co-op.

Co-op gets $1 million installation plus tax abatement for no money down.

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