August 23, 2021
Developer calls controversial project's foes "limousine liberal elitists."
Written by Bill Morris on July 29, 2021
Lawsuit claims building insurance was not sufficient to cover total loss.
Written by Bill Morris on June 01, 2021
Repairs keep a prized amenity from turning into a costly liability.
Written by Bill Morris on May 06, 2021
A Q&A with the former president of Cadman Towers co-op in Brooklyn Heights.
Written by Bill Morris on March 31, 2021
Doing it once and doing it right will save money in the long run.
Written by Andrew P. Brucker on March 08, 2021
Condo unit-owners should be reasonable when access is requested.
Written by Bill Morris on January 13, 2021
Pandemic challenges become an opportunity for a Brooklyn co-op
August 20, 2015
Brooklyn is changing a lot. Prices are soaring so high they are starting to reach Manhattan-levels, and now, thanks to new development, the skyline is starting to reflect that change. In its most recent Brooklyn New Development report, CityRealty confirms that the skyline is transforming "as developers add tens of thousands of new rental and condominium apartments to the borough." Anyone who still thinks Brooklyn is synonymous with single-family houses need only check out the number of buildings with 20 or more units currently under construction — many of them, says CityRealty in its report, rising 10 or more stories and dramatically changing the built environment. CityRealty also anticipates the pace of building to outpace the previous decade, with nearly 5,000 new apartments in 2016 and nearly 6,000 in 2017.
December 30, 2020
Renewable energy will help co-ops and condos meet Climate Mobilization Act.
Written by Bill Morris on November 12, 2020
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