New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community
Written by Paula Chin and Kathryn Farrell on June 30, 2021
Vigilance is the key to detecting disastrous structural flaws.
Written by Bill Morris on June 25, 2021
New rules prompted by fatal explosions put plumbers in a bind.
New city rules and rising insurance premiums are sending costs up.
Low incentives are making the math unattractive to most buildings.
Written by Bill Morris on June 17, 2021
Low-cost loans for energy retrofits will help co-op boards cut carbon emissions.
Written by Bill Morris on June 16, 2021
Data on energy and water usage is now translated into building letter grades.
Written by William D. McCracken on June 15, 2021
Many co-op and condo boards are burying their heads in the sand.
June 14, 2021
Co-op and condo boards have limited power to set rules on window units.
Instead of acting as a pass-through, condos should bill sponsors directly.
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