New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community



Co-op and condo boards have until June 15 to schedule a city inspection.

Boards cannot discriminate when making new rules.

Supertall luxury condo towers are nearly half empty.

Co-op boards are adding amenities, loosening financial requirements.

A creative committee solves the finance riddle for overdue facade repairs.

Condo board had to get creative to finance major repairs.

Washington Heights co-op’s solar array is a breakthrough achievement.

Major facade and elevator projects are guided by ad hoc committees.

A Co-op Weans Itself From Con Edison Steam

Written by Marianne Schaefer on April 17, 2019

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Hello to a new chiller and boiler, goodbye to costly steam.

At the Beresford and the El Dorado, the future is now.

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