New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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Co-op board modifies proprietary lease, foisting cost of extermination on shareholders. 

Higher interest rates put a drag on demand, resulting in drop on closings.

City has released final property tax assessments; tax rate still to come.

The Habitat Group wishes you a safe and festive kickoff to summer.

New bill would expand eligibility for tax break, could help pay for retrofits.

Water rates could jump by 4.9% this summer, biggest hike in nearly a decade.

Co-ops and condos must pay prevailing wages in order to get property tax abatement 

Presidents Co-op and Condo Council leaders try to block "draconian" climate law. 

Clean Energy Update will help co-op and condo boards cut their buildings' carbon emissions.

Co-op and condo boards anxiously await final rules on complying with new law.

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