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New cash infusion from the state will keep co-op affordable until 2052.

Court orders $1.1 million set aside to cover sponsor’s missteps.

Inwood Co-op Board Stunned by $3 Million Con Edison Charge

Written by Bill Morris on February 16, 2022

Inwood, Manhattan

Effort to comply with the Climate Mobilization Act runs into a roadblock.

Problem Solved: Heat Pumps Put an End to Uneven Heating and Cooling

A chink appears in the sturdy armor of the business judgment rule.

Co-op Nearly Burned by Heat Pump Installers

Written by Bill Morris on February 02, 2022

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Demand for clean energy may be outrunning the supply of qualified workers.

Site Safety Plan hit a snag thanks to an uncooperative next-door neighbor.

Some shareholders ponied up early, others can sign on later.

Upper West Side condo board may have overreached in setting rules and fines.

Ballooning cost of a facade project is turned into a positive.

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