New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community



“Exit inspections” can hamper apartment sales, lead to lawsuits.

War escalates after state’s rejection of new natural-gas pipeline.

As many as half of the city’s co-ops and condos may be breaking the law.

There’s a right way to generate, govern, and guide committees.

New study explains why the Climate Mobilization Act is needed.

Boards need to take a holistic look at their building's systems.

Developers going deep underground to sell a sense of security.

It Just Got Easier to Claim Sexual Harassment on the Job

Written by Andrew I. Bart on August 15, 2019

New York City

State’s new workplace laws make co-op and condo boards vulnerable.

New York’s ambitious renewable-energy projects may stall.

City commission missed February deadline; no report in sight.

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