New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

Habitat Magazine October 2020 free digital issue

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BROOKLYN

Co-op and condo boards need to meet the letter of the law to thwart violations.

Brooklyn condo board plays sleuth to solve leak mystery.

How Renovations Rebooted in a Brooklyn Condo

Written by Paula Chin on July 09, 2020

DUMBO, Brooklyn

Board and management put safety above convenience as the city reopens.

Reps serve as boards’ advocates during complex capital projects.

Clinton Hill Co-op Conquers Chronic Heat Imbalance

Written by Frank Lovece on April 17, 2020

Clinton Hill, Brooklyn

With help of incentives, board installs Radiator Cozys in 1,200 units.

$20.3 million riverfront condo closes during citywide shutdown.

Radiator Cozy brings even temperatures to a Clinton Hill co-op.

A Sunset Park Co-op’s Solar Success Story

Written by Kathryn Farrell on March 20, 2020

Sunset Park, Brooklyn

Asking the right questions leads to big savings on electric bills.

Landmarks Conservancy Offers Cheap Loans to Small Co-ops

Written by Bendix Anderson on March 10, 2020

Fort Greene, Brooklyn

Group provides loans and then guides the work on historic buildings.

St. George Tower & Grill gets a complete makeover.

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