New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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A $1.75 million "amenity space" was never approved by unit-owners.

Fiasco highlights of iron-clad licensing agreements for co-op and condo boards.

Routine laundry room renovation morphs into a major capital project.

Cold weather, vacant apartments and a leaking pipe add up to a disaster.

New report says polluting "peaker" plants may have to stay open to meet demand.

High-interest rates are pushing some apartment buyers to avoid mortgages by paying cash.

Modernization made waterfall look outdated, called for fast action.

Major repairs to the heating and cooling system come in under budget.

Do boards have the power to keep bans in place as the pandemic recedes?

Boards must decide if it’s smart to save on interest by paying down the loan.

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