Crackdown on Balcony Enclosures Is Coming

Written by Marianne Schaefer on October 19, 2017

New York City

Enclosures without DOB permits will have to be removed.

New report card gives high marks, with major challenges ahead.

Five city council members file suit, hoping to jump-start tax reform.

Institutional Memory Moves Into the Cloud

Written by Frank Lovece on October 17, 2017

New York City

Project-management platforms store board documents in one place, forever.

When damage occurs, don’t wait to file insurance claims.

Can You Afford NOT to Pay for Cyber Security?

Written by Adam Janos on October 11, 2017

New York City

Data breaches lead co-op and condo board to beef up protections.

Despite Trump policies, renewable energy is growing in U.S.

Two schools of thought on the best way to meet fiduciary duties.

Rents for condo apartments at the “lowest point in history.”

A Savvy Super Can Add to “Useful Life” of Equipment

Written by Michael Wolfe on October 03, 2017

New York City

The engineer doesn’t always know best.

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