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Group favors citywide tax equity over a pied-a-terre tax.

Co-op Boards Need to Rethink Resistance to LLCs

Written by Marianne Schaefer on March 14, 2019

New York City

When selling professional office space, boards need to shed old taboos. 

Sometimes It Pays to Take the Inexpensive Way Out

Written by Tom Sahagian on March 13, 2019

New York City

Co-op board unwisely resists low-cost repair of steam boiler.

With new regs coming, boards have a chance to upgrade.

Regulators want to treat green lenders more like mortgage lenders.

Advisory committee weighing changes to Local Law 11.

A New Way to Pay For Energy-Efficient Improvements

Written by Frank Lovece on March 08, 2019

New York City

PACE loans are repaid through energy savings.

State budget director says tax on rich absentees would raise $9 billion.

Boards need to watch their step to avoid getting blacklisted by lenders.

Keeping Chaos at Bay in a Basement Without Bins

Written by Kathryn Farrell on March 05, 2019

New York City

Divide space to conquer chaos in a communal storage area.

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