New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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Co-op advocates keep flexing their newfound political muscle.

Co-op and condo boards can take steps to prepare for higher insurance premiums.

Waterfront co-ops and condos will be affected by looming changes.

Co-ops and condos can sign up for free curbside pickup of organic waste.

There Are Limits on Employee Vaccination Mandates

Written by Andrew I. Bart on September 21, 2021

New York City

Union agreement allows co-op and condo boards to use a carrot, not a stick.

List of approved lenders is expected to be rolled out later this month.

Co-op and condo buyers must realize that due diligence has its limits.

Proposal would rob co-op boards of a vital tool when vetting purchasers.

Boards with non-unionized employees must raise pay or forfeit abatements.

Co-ops and condos can get rebates to pay for a cutting-edge amenity.

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