New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

Habitat Magazine Insider Guide



Renters will be able to buy new apartments for as little as $250.

Strength in numbers is the weapon of choice in dealing with difficult building staffers.

Shareholders rebel against paying high price for land or six-fold rent increase.

$7 million facade job and courtyard landscaping bring aging jewel up to date.

Board bucks idea the that a building has to be rich to be green.

After a brief surge, luxury sales enter bear market territory.

Condominium’s “unique” demand is upheld, others are turned down.


Artificially low price is allowed to stand — and board gets stuck with legal fees.

Here’s how to rein in the cost of scaffolding, sidewalk sheds, permits and engineering.

Two new developments will have strict income caps and resale limits.

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