New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

Habitat Magazine Business of Management 2021



What To Do When “Temporary” Co-op Residents Grow Roots

Written by William D. McCracken on October 19, 2021

New York City

The building’s culture should guide co-op boards as the pandemic wanes.

The pandemic has sharpened the appetite for outdoor space.

New system is designed to bring federally backed premiums in line with risk.

Contractor’s lack of experience led to big problems on a big job.

Here are three steps toward building a solid relationship with the property manager.

Smaller co-ops and condos will need help from lenders and the government.

Third quarter apartment sales tripled compared to last year's pandemic slowdown.

There's little shareholders can do when co-op boards demand info on pets.

Breakthrough deal is reached by the Realty Advisory Board and 32BJ.

Dozens of candidates have fielded questions from co-op and condo advocates.

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