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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.

Roof renovation and solar installation deliver an unexpected bonus.

Co-op Boards Can Claim Fraud When a Buyer Lies

Written by Andrew P. Brucker on November 10, 2022


Brooklyn lawsuit shows co-ops have a powerful tool.

Streamlined process has eliminated project delays and approval backlogs.

Rate could soon surpass the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis.

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