New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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While sales of co-ops and condos fell, cash buyers hit an all-time high.

The rollout of mandatory citywide organics recycling has costs and benefits.

Little guy gets "enough to buy a place" from exasperated developer

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Modernization made waterfall look outdated, called for fast action.

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