New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

Habitat Magazine June 2020 free digital issue

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Parlour condo construction site’s contractor had several DOB violations.

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?

De Blasio promises that real reform is coming to city’s assessments.

A Park Slope Gem Gets Rid of Its Flaws

Written by Marianne Schaefer on January 17, 2018

Park Slope, Brooklyn

Condo board restores the luster to a building that fell on hard times.

Lawsuit claims tax assessments favor the rich and punish minorities.

Online shopping hasn’t dampened asking rents – yet.

New digital map lists all sheds, including one that’s more than a decade old.

The value of parking space in New York City is getting even more insane.

Co-op and condo boards can use communication to muffle noise complaints.

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