"Jam-packed" New York is full of vacant opportunities.

A Roof Deck Project Is Not a Place to Save Pennies

Written by Ron Egatz on August 16, 2017

New York City

Structural decks protect roof membranes – and people.

Get Rid of the Friction and Factions in Board Meetings

Written by Julie Zuraw on August 18, 2017

New York City

Using Robert’s Rules of Order brings discipline to board meetings.

The good old days of risk – and higher returns – are back for investors.

Good Records Can Help Correct Faulty Filings

Written by Gary Andriotis on August 15, 2017

New York City

A typo can lead to fines and other headaches if records are not in order.

How to Get the Best Bid on Capital Projects

Written by Michael Berenson on August 14, 2017

New York City

By using a spreadsheet, management can gauge true cost of “options.”

When Capital Projects Stall, Press Reset

Written by Jacob Sirotkin on August 11, 2017

New York City

Boards need to expect surprises, then adapt when they hit.

Tailor House Rules to Suit Your Building

Written by Mark Elman on August 08, 2017

New York City

Boards need to update house rules – and enforce them fairly.

Boards and managers should weigh alternative solutions when disaster hits.

Mayor floats an old idea to deal with the “summer of hell.”

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ... 144

Ask the Experts

learn more

Learn all the basics of NYC co-op and condo management, with straight talk from heavy hitters in the field of co-op or condo apartments

Professionals in some of the key fields of co-op and condo board governance and building management answer common questions in their areas of expertise

Source Guide

see the guide

Looking for a vendor?