New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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Loosening fire department restrictions could boost solar for co-ops and condos.

Brooklyn's BlocPower set to retrofit tens of thousands of apartments.

Co-op and condo boards will get yet another budget squeeze. 

Five Steps on the Road to Compliance With Local Law 97

Written by Gustavo Rusconi on February 23, 2023

New York City

To avoid looming fines, co-op and condo boards need to get busy right now.

A New Source of Money for Co-op and Condo Energy Projects

Written by Bill Morris on February 22, 2023

New York City

Multifamily Express Green Loans can help boards comply with Local Law 97.

City council passes bill that speeds up the end of the dirtiest remaining fossil fuel.

Are video doorbells an added layer of security or an invasion of privacy?

Decreasing costs and healthy incentives are leading co-op and condo boards to go solar.

In “Building Talk,” Frank and Bo are New York’s version of Click and Clack.

Co-op boards have the power to make demands on climate-conscious shareholders.

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