An Innovative Approach to Water Conservation

Written by Frank Lovece on October 23, 2018

New York City

If you pay for what you use, you're likely to use – and waste – less.

A powerful new voice will back co-ops and condos at today’s raucous city council hearing.

The Related Companies is building for aging Baby Boomers.

Transparency vs. Privacy: A Balancing Act for Boards

Written by Kathryn Farrell on October 15, 2018

New York City

Residents’ demands for openness challenge co-op and condo boards.

First step taken in reforming to an unloved, decades-old system.

Giving Out Residents’ Email Addresses Is a Slippery Slope

Written by Robert Braverman on October 11, 2018

New York City

Boards must decide if “contact information” includes email addresses.

As co-op smoking bans rise, smokers’ options dwindle.

Should Board Meetings Be Open, Closed – or a Bit of Both?

Written by Kathryn Farrell on October 09, 2018

New York City

In their quest for openness, boards must weigh privacy concerns.

City and Long Island solar fetches more than in sunny locales.

A Line of Credit Is a Safety Net. Use Sparingly.

Written by Bill Morris on October 02, 2018

New York City

Boards that dip into this rainy-day fund need to have a plan for repaying.

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