New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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The special rate is available to those buildings located in one of 15 city-designated priority community districts.

City rolling out ambitious plan to curb landfill shipments and greenhouse gases.

Shed in in Crown Heights is in disrepair, just like the building behind it. 

$120,000 loan will pay to electrify the building, cut carbon emissions.

Tower will use renewable underground heat instead of fossil fuels to power building systems.

Shareholder claims she was not granted accommodations for disabilities.

Rare lottery gives qualified buyers a chance to own a co-op on the cheap.

Defamation Against Co-op and Condo Boards Is Hard to Prove

Written by Andrew P. Brucker on February 02, 2023

Coney Island, Brooklyn

The “common interest privilege” is a popular defense in defamation lawsuits.

Fearing a gas shutdown, board takes a preemptive — and green — step.

Strict construction standards eliminate fossil fuels and slash energy bills.

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