New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community
Written by Bill Morris on March 22, 2023
Major repairs to the heating and cooling system come in under budget.
Written by Andrew P. Brucker on January 05, 2023
Litigation mushrooms when third parties get dragged into the fight.
Written by Bill Morris on July 01, 2020
Board pushes ahead with replacement of 1,600 windows as city reopens.
Written by Dale J. Degenshein on February 25, 2019
Boards need to know the rights of shareholders, lenders, and purchasers.
Written by Bill Morris on October 06, 2017
Curbside pickup has come to Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village.
Written by Bill Morris on September 06, 2017
Restoration of ornate Gramercy Park condo wins awards.
March 13, 2017
Here's how one co-op rewrote its governing documents, and how you can keep scammers from stealing your home.
Written by Lisa Prevost on February 24, 2017
A co-op uses shareholder input to bring its bylaws and proprietary lease up to date.
Written by Lisa Prevost on February 03, 2017
Updating governing documents can keep co-ops out of trouble – and court.
Written by Paula Chin on January 24, 2017
Some co-op and condo boards manage to turn a nuisance into an opportunity.
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