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

Poll Shows Broad Support for Co-op Disclosure Bill

Written by Bill Morris on May 25, 2023

New York City

Public believes co-op boards should be required to reveal why they reject buyers.

Co-op and condo boards are running out of time to cut their carbon emissions.

GridRewards can shrink consumers’ electric bills and carbon footprint.

Holistic approach can save the building’s systems — and a lot of money.

Demand for homes remains high despite high interest rates and low inventory.

Bill seeks to thwart discrimination against apartment buyers and job seekers.

Campus-like complexes were never intended to fall under city's climate law. 

Carbon capture and geothermal would help co-op and condo boards comply.

Start early, think long-range and, above all, get control of soft costs.

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