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Inertia is widespread even though Local Law 97 goes into effect just over a year from now.

Worker’s Death at Co-op Underscores Importance of Air-Tight Insurance

Written by Scott S. Greenspun and Jillian Menna on December 01, 2022

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Co-op and condo boards can leave nothing to chance during repairs.

With interests rates high and inventory low, tax breaks have become a plum.

Some boards are mulling changes to house rules as a quick fix.

Deferred maintenance and foot-dragging are no longer viable options.

Law firm advising clients to amend house rules now, then look at governing documents.

Tsunami of Packages Pushes Condo Board to Update Lobby

Written by Bill Morris on November 09, 2022

Lenox Hill, Manhattan

Out of date and out of step with the times, this lobby needed help.

Staff at Luxury Tribeca Condo Walks Off the Job

Written by Bill Morris on October 21, 2022

Tribeca, Manhattan

Workers are angry over management's failure to negotiate a union contract.

A prime source of co-op and condo income may be on the rebound.

Co-op and condo boards need to take a stand on new breed of watchdog.

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