New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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Try to get maximum reduction of carbon emissions for every dollar spent.

Holistic approach includes doorman station, package delivery and HVAC.

April sales dipped for the first time in three months as interest rates rise to fight inflation.

On-again, off-again program to keep organics out of landfills has a new life.

City offering no-cost, no-penalty inspections of decks, porches and retaining walls.

Co-op and condo boards catch another break as May 15 deadline is delayed.

Here are the steps you can take to get help for a hoarder in your building.

New York is taking bold steps to cut fossil fuels and embrace clean energy.

Usage declined more sharply where residents could afford to leave town.

Two Co-ops Learn the Cost of Gas vs. Electric Stoves

Written by Bill Morris on April 20, 2022

New York City

Push to reduce carbon emissions is changing the way people cook.

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