New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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Soaring costs reignite fears that middle class will be priced out of the city.

Co-op and condo apartment combinations have cost the city 100,000 units of housing. 

Who's Responsible for My Repairs?

Written by Leni Morrison Cummins, Partner at Cozen O'Connor on October 19, 2023

New York City

Disputes about alterations and repairs usually boil down to who is responsible for the costs.

Recovering Legal Fees: Who Pays when a Lawsuit Arises?

Written by Slava Hazin, partner, Warshaw Burstein on October 12, 2023

New York City

When a co-op & condo board initiates a lawsuit or is sued, the issue of who is going to pay the legal fees is always asked.

New rule is the latest mandate in the war against the city's rats.

Financial pressures are forcing co-op boards to adapt from their old role as gatekeepers.

Move could be a blow to the state's drive for a clean, green electric grid.

The Property Management Contract

Written by Avram Turkel, Partner, Ballon Stoll on October 05, 2023

New York City

Retaining a new management company is not unlike getting married, but instead of romance, there's a management contract.

Magazine's founder discusses Climate Mobilization Act and other co-op and condo issues.

Two Queens Democrats seek protections for middle-class co-ops and condos.

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