New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

Habitat Magazine Insider Guide

HABITAT

NEW YORK CITY

The cost of everything is going up for the city’s co-ops and condos.

Co-op and condo boards will have to dismantle sheds after work is complete.

Buyers avoid vetting by the co-op board, but they usually pay more for the unit.

A building’s square footage matters when the city computes assessed values.

Boards say “Let’s get it fixed” as the first inspection deadline looms.

New $107 billion city budget includes a tax cut for commercial properties.

Co-op and condo boards will soon have to comply with more new rules.

Boards get some good news as they struggle to comply with Local Law 97.

Brokerage develops a way to monitor coverage, a “continuous job.”

Efforts to control the great urban eyesore have not been a success.

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