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St. George Tower & Grill gets a complete makeover.

Brooklyn Co-op Overcomes a Gas Shutdown

Written by Marianne Schaefer on January 07, 2020

Prospect Heights, Brooklyn

Fast footwork gets service restored in just 10 days.

A Brooklyn Co-op Seals Its Envelope – and Saves Big

Written by Sue Treiman on January 02, 2020

Sunset Park, Brooklyn

Passive-house concept produces comfort and energy savings.

Affordable-housing applicants decry “pervasive corruption” at HPD.

Co-op board needs to make the building accessible to the disabled.

Landmarks Conservancy Saves Fort Greene Brownstone

Written by Bendix Anderson on November 13, 2019

Fort Greene, Brooklyn

Small co-op gets a big boost from low-interest loan.

When two condo board members profited from unchecked sublets, everyone suffered.

Federal government hits developer for failing to provide accommodations.

Caton Towers Co-op Moves to Cut Carbon Emissions

Written by Sue Treiman on September 11, 2019

Kensington, Brooklyn

New cogen system will cut costs, help meet looming emissions limits.

The Hard Truth About a Condo Board’s Right of First Refusal

Written by Dale J. Degenshein on August 26, 2019

Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Brooklyn buyer asks: What’s wrong with my $850,000?

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