New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community



Conversion from rent-stabilized would tip balance in downtown Manhattan.

Residents file lawsuit to keep homeless shelter out of the hood.

Singer has no right to examine co-op’s votes or meeting minutes.

Board adapts to shareholders' changing ages, tastes, and needs.

Large crowd honors co-op resident who fought for human dignity.

Opponents vow to sue to block 800-foot luxury condo tower.

Candor can prevent dashed hopes during an apartment sale.

The Brown Bins Are a Hit at This Harlem Condo

Written by Marianne Schaefer on June 21, 2018

Harlem, Manhattan

Organics recycling is seen as an amenity at Strivers Gardens.

There’s More Than One Way to Pass a Flip Tax

Written by Bill Morris on June 20, 2018

East Village, Manhattan

Creative co-op board secures a vital revenue stream.

The way their square footage is measured separates co-ops from condos.

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