New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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Head of Co-op & Condo Council worries that boards have their heads in the sand.

Boards can force an apartment sale if a shareholder allows an unapproved sublet.

Co-op and condo boards can get an education before the public hearing.

How to Keep Apartment Renovations From Going Off the Rails

Written by Gene Ferrara and Chris Ferrara on October 27, 2022

New York City

Co-op and condo boards need to revisit and revise their alteration agreements.

The city has gotten stricter about repairing these architectural details.

Simple Steps to Avoid Co-op/Condo Board Election Mistakes

Written by Andrew P. Brucker on October 20, 2022

New York City

Once the polls are closed, you could be stuck with elected board members.

City Finalizes Requirements for Clean-Energy PACE Loans

Written by Bill Morris on October 19, 2022

New York City

Long-awaited rules mean co-ops can now apply for low-interest loans.

Why Are Most Co-op Alteration Agreements Such a Mess?

Written by William D. McCracken on October 18, 2022

New York City

Co-op boards and their lawyers should clean up unruly rules.

The cost of energy, repairs, staffs and compliance are all going up, with a boost from inflation.

Paths to cutting building carbon emissions have come into sharper focus.

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