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Waverly Mews is installing variable refrigerant flow (VRF) heat recovery units to reduce winter heating bills by 80%, while also providing more climate control and more light into apartments, with the work expected to be completed before the end of the year.

Smart technology releases heat only when needed, reducing waste.

Under the warranty of habitability, co-op and condo boards must make sure all intercoms work.

When shareholders are unhappy with management, the co-op board needs to act.

Fiasco highlights of iron-clad licensing agreements for co-op and condo boards.

Dispute over drawn-out construction, unpaid fees winds up in court.

If there are leaks, the building will never breathe properly.

New luxury tower planned for site of legendary Grove Press building.

Co-op Board Learns That Emails Can Bite Back

Written by Victor M. Metsch on January 07, 2021

Greenwich Village, Manhattan

Bitter dispute between neighbors lands in court, delivers a lesson.

In an unprecedented step, a co-op has taken on a third incarnation.

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