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Contractors worked overtime to harmonize a $280,000 system.

In letter to mayor, 21 City Council members urge tax relief for homeowners.

After Hurricane Ida, a Brooklyn Co-op Vows: Never Again

Written by Bill Morris on February 23, 2022

Park Slope, Brooklyn

New pumping system and roof will prevent flooding and leaks after big storms.

It's not just the Manhattan market that's making a rebound.

Co-op board is replacing the original heating and cooling system.

Developer calls controversial project's foes "limousine liberal elitists."

Lawsuit claims building insurance was not sufficient to cover total loss.

Repairs keep a prized amenity from turning into a costly liability.

A Q&A with the former president of Cadman Towers co-op in Brooklyn Heights.

Doing it once and doing it right will save money in the long run.

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