New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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A 100-unit prewar co-op in Crown Heights is undergoing extensive structural repairs due to deterioration, with a line of apartments needing to be demolished and rebuilt to restore structural integrity, while the board has set aside $25,000 to subsidize the rent for displaced shareholders.

The special rate is available to those buildings located in one of 15 city-designated priority community districts.

Shed in in Crown Heights is in disrepair, just like the building behind it. 

Strict construction standards eliminate fossil fuels and slash energy bills.

Streamlined process has eliminated project delays and approval backlogs.

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

Petition drive seeks to kill zoning change favored by developers.

Affordable Solar Comes to Affordable Co-ops

Written by Marianne Schaefer on April 04, 2018

Crown Heights, Brooklyn

Community Share Program cuts bills for common areas and apartments.

Even without luxury condos, opponents deride project’s gentrification.

Crown Heights activists fight city plan for Bedford Union Armory.

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