The Many Virtues of Staggered Board Terms

Written by Lisa Prevost on December 14, 2018

New York City

They provide continuity, guidance, and institutional memory.

How Will Co-ops and Condos Pay for Greener Buildings?

Written by Marianne Schaefer on December 13, 2018

New York City

New bill would require retrofits to reduce carbon emissions by 2022.

After waiting long enough, one frustrated seller says, “you’ll take anything.”

There are ways to ensure the integrity of co-op and condo board elections.

Instagram post leads co-op board to re-inspect renovation project.

Those First Baby Steps for New Condo Boards

Written by Paula Chin on December 11, 2018

New York City

Running a building is difficult, but not impossible.

Airbnb predicts tourists will shun New York City in 2019.

Emission reduction goal is good for air, but tough on pocketbook.

City's Organics Recycling Hits a Speed Bump

Written by Marianne Schaefer on December 05, 2018

New York City

Even with curbside pickup, 90 percent of organic waste still going to landfills.

Co-ops and Condos Getting Into Customer Care

Written by Kaya Laterman on December 04, 2018

New York City

Staff training is one response to the rising expectations of new owners.

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