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Co-op and Condo Advocates Push for J-51 Tax Break Renewal

Written by Bill Morris on December 13, 2021

New York City

City Council has one last chance to renew funding for capital repairs.

Bill before City Council sparks vigorous pushback.

For Co-op and Condo Boards, Now Is the Time to Electrify

Written by Bill Morris on December 08, 2021

New York City

New study says the grid is ready to handle the switch from boilers to heat pumps.

Co-op and condo boards need to address chaos in the package room.

Co-op and condo buyers treasure private outdoor space now more than ever.

City Council Set to Consider Extending J-51 Tax Breaks

Written by Bill Morris on November 26, 2021

New York City

Middle-class co-ops and condos anxiously await fate of prized tax abatements.

Don't eat too much and don't shop too much!

Pay the Prevailing Wage or Forfeit the Tax Abatement?

Written by Bill Morris on November 24, 2021

New York City

Many co-op and condo boards will soon face some critical calculus.

When reserve funds cover operating expenses, problems can arise.

New NYU study says co-op and condo boards’ fears may prove groundless.

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