New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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Decreasing costs and healthy incentives are leading co-op and condo boards to go solar.

In “Building Talk,” Frank and Bo are New York’s version of Click and Clack.

Co-op boards have the power to make demands on climate-conscious shareholders.

Public Advocate Jumaane Williams is leading the latest assault on a cherished co-op board power.

Bill Seeks to Push Local Law 97 Fines Back by 7 Years

Written by Bill Morris on February 09, 2023

New York City

Council member Vickie Paladino explains her opposition to “drastic” law.

Braverman Greenspun is latest to acquire a smaller firm.

Despite anxiety of co-op and condo boards, 2022 saw a sharp drop in passage of green bills.

Today is the last day to opt for early morning set-out of garbage and recycling.

Amid the gloom, there's good news for co-op and condo buyers in New York City.

Manager and advocate was on the cutting edge trying to save energy and money.

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