New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

Habitat Magazine Business of Management 2021



Deep Energy Retrofit at Clinton Hill Co-op

Written by Ann Farmer on April 03, 2019

Clinton Hill, Brooklyn

Co-op mounts a full-court press to improve energy efficiency, cut costs.

Petition drive seeks to kill zoning change favored by developers.

Liens filed against Chinese developer over $250,000 in unpaid common charges.

New Condo Boards Need to Pick Their Battles

Written by Bill Morris on January 07, 2019

Bedford–Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

Patrick Wong, the voice of experience, is serving on his second condo board.

Unit-owners will be able to control light and temperature with their voices.

Since New York doesn’t block former felons from serving on co-op and condo boards, voters need to ask: How serious was the crime?

Proactive Co-op Board Makes a Preemptive Strike

Written by Marianne Schaefer on August 29, 2018

Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn

Brooklyn co-op voluntarily tackles massive balcony project.

Nonprofit NYCEEC’s assets meet rising demand for energy efficiency.

Brooklyn and Queens see doubling of condos for rent.

The Floodgates Are Opening for Community Solar

Written by Marianne Schaefer on June 13, 2018

East New York, Brooklyn

The most affordable form of renewable energy is catching on.

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