New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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New rule is the latest mandate in the war against the city's rats.

Financial pressures are forcing co-op boards to adapt from their old role as gatekeepers.

Move could be a blow to the state's drive for a clean, green electric grid.

The Property Management Contract

Written by Avram Turkel, Partner, Ballon Stoll on October 05, 2023

New York City

Retaining a new management company is not unlike getting married, but instead of romance, there's a management contract.

Magazine's founder discusses Climate Mobilization Act and other co-op and condo issues.

Two Queens Democrats seek protections for middle-class co-ops and condos.

Time to Give Your Governing Documents a Tune-up?

Written by Robert Braverman on September 28, 2023

New York City

Here’s a check list to keep co-op and condo documents up to date.

NY Green Bank Loan Cuts Co-op and Condo Carbon Emissions

Written by Bill Morris on September 27, 2023

New York City

Upgrades to heating and cooling systems will help boards comply with Local Law 97.

Co-op and condo boards can get expert advice free of charge.

Changing Succession Rights Is a Tricky Puzzle for Co-op Boards

Written by Ingrid Manevitz, Jeremy Cohen and Dennis Greenstein on September 21, 2023

New York City

Opening the door lessens control over shareholders' financial health and personal character.

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