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The successor to the expired J-51 property tax abatement is cheered by co-ops.

New rules will ease the flow of money to pay for electric-powered retrofits.

Tax break is one of few housing measures to pass in recent Legislature session.

After long struggle, environmental advocates succeed in keeping organics out of landfills.

Habitat's publisher swaps words of wisdom with hosts Frank and Bo.

New study reveals that most co-ops and condos already meet 2024 goals.

Law applauded by co-ops and condos has crippled home-sharing platforms.

The pro's and con's of a live-in super in co-ops and condos.

Over 1,700 co-ops, condos and HOAs are on nationwide blacklist.

Gov. Hochul expected to sign bill that will keep cherished abatement alive.

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