New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

Habitat Magazine July/August 2020 free digital issue

HABITAT

NEW YORK CITY

Labor and real estate leaders have put together a checklist for boards.

If you’re thinking about selling your apartment, get in line.

Late-payment penalties would be cut in half, not eliminated.

Safety of residents and property comes first as unrest, uncertainty continue.

Three co-op and condo advocates seek relief from rising taxes.

Video home tours may have replaced open houses once and for all.

Facade projects and apartment alterations could get green light.

New York had third largest increase of any city as a result of pandemic.

Once shunned, co-ops are now part of an aid bill with an uncertain future.

Today we pause to remember our war dead and 100,000 American COVID-19 victims.

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