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A Shabby Bike Room Is a Lawsuit Waiting to Happen

Written by Marianne Schaefer on September 05, 2019

New York City

A co-op board can't ignore a collapsing ceiling and waterbugs in a common area.

Shareholders come together to help elderly neighbors age in place.

The Habitat Group wishes you a safe and happy Labor Day!

Here are basic steps toward compliance with the city’s new law.

“Exit inspections” can hamper apartment sales, lead to lawsuits.

War escalates after state’s rejection of new natural-gas pipeline.

As many as half of the city’s co-ops and condos may be breaking the law.

There’s a right way to generate, govern, and guide committees.

New study explains why the Climate Mobilization Act is needed.

Boards need to take a holistic look at their building's systems.

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