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Habitat Magazine Business of Management 2021

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This Co-op Wants to Hang on to Some COVID-19 Practices

Written by Michele Cardella on June 11, 2021

Tribeca, Manhattan

As the city reopens, one shareholder sees the good side of a very bad year.

Upper West Side co-op and condo residents push back against hotel shelters.

Electric-powered rooftop cooling units will reduce carbon emissions.

Chinatown group is latest to flex co-ops’ newfound political muscle.

Co-op board pays extra to expedite job out of concern for shareholders.

Debra McEneaney's co-op feel like her "own little house in Manhattan."

Construction boom plus pandemic equals a glut of empty apartments.

Diane Drey has used her first-hand experience to write a primer for boards.

Co-op Board Learns the High Cost of Being Unreasonable

Written by Andrew P. Brucker on April 13, 2021

Upper East Side, Manhattan

Court rejects board’s high-handed effort to evict long-time resident and his family.

Boards can expect pushback when move-out fees get too ambitious.

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