How the Vermeer replaced 3,000 windows with minimal disruption.

The High Hurdle of Co-op to Condo Conversions

Written by David Bogoslaw on November 29, 2017

Chelsea, Manhattan

Many co-op shareholders and boards want to go condo. Easier said than done.

Savvy Manager Cuts Cost of Elevator Job in Half

Written by Adam Janos on October 04, 2017

Chelsea, Manhattan

Self-managed Chelsea co-op doesn’t accept the first bid it receives.

Lawsuit filed after a therapy dog “viciously” mauls a much smaller canine neighbor.

Mining the Gold in Your Garage

Written by Paula Chin on June 12, 2017


A co-op learns the importance of being able to reset the rent on its parking areas.

Memo to apartment buyers: read the offering plan, and beware.

A New Tool in the Condo Collection Kit

Written by Frank Lovece on April 25, 2017


Co-ops have more leverage, but there are ways for condos to collect arrears.

Condo Boards Have a New Tool for Collecting Arrears

Written by Frank Lovece on April 07, 2017


Court ruling gives condo boards a new way to evict delinquent unit-owners.

A Land-Lease Can Kill a Co-op

Written by Paula Chin on March 28, 2017


A Chelsea co-op dissolves after the land is sold out from under it.

Trend of gallery closings near the High Line appears to be ending.  

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