New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

Habitat Magazine Business of Management 2021



When a Co-op Shareholder Chooses to Die at Home

Written by Paula Chin on September 17, 2020

Upper East Side, Manhattan

COVID-19 victim’s last wish tested a co-op’s board and manager.

Vocal co-op and condo residents angered by another mayoral reversal.

... could an East Harlem co-op board be about the worst slumlord around, and corrupt as well? Another board on Park Avenue isn't smelling like roses, either, or gas. We've smoking, squirrels and squash — the vegetable, not the game — plus the latest in condo / co-op amenities. And for boards, we've got fallout from the Dakota co-op discrimination suit and more.

“The Building” portrays New Yorkers being New Yorkers during lockdown.

After steep decline, signed contracts picking up as city reopens.

Pedestal paver systems reduce leaks and ease roof repairs.

Drop in Manhattan sales is seen as a “statistical anomaly,” not a trend.

With in-person showings returning and listings up, market begins to stir.

Board pushes ahead with replacement of 1,600 windows as city reopens.

Morningside Gardens successfully adapts to these challenging times.

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