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City’s move to curtail access to records riles up building owners.

Making Your Building Smart

Written by Carol J. Ott on September 17, 2019

New York City

Increase resident comfort and reduce energy costs and carbon emissions.

A troubled property can be an enticing challenge.

Though sales continue to lag, the new buildings keep going up, up, up.

Pick a date, stick to it, and you'll get a quorum every month.

Employees must get interactive training under new state law.

Deputy Mayor says hopes for an imminent overhaul are “unrealistic.”

Keeping maintenance unrealistically low is not the way to go.

There are simple defenses – and there is a muscular new state law.

Co-op and condo sellers get another dose of bad news in a cooling market.

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