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Habitat Magazine October 2020 free digital issue



There Is Such a Thing as a Free Energy Audit

Written by Sue Treiman on November 04, 2020

Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn

Brooklyn co-op is a pioneer in new program to boost energy efficiency.

$20.3 million riverfront condo closes during citywide shutdown.

St. George Tower & Grill gets a complete makeover.

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

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.

Money is tied to a promise to remain affordable for at least 20 years.

Alternative approach saves big money on a Brooklyn roof job.

Should We Stay Affordable – or Go to Market Rate?

Written by Lisa Prevost on October 06, 2016

Brooklyn Heights

Mitchell-Lama co-ops, under pressure to cash in, might want to stay put.

Albany shoots down bills to lift height limits on city’s residential towers.

Group tries to halt sale and development of Brooklyn Heights Library.

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