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

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

Ukraine war, inflation add to financial squeeze at HDFC co-op.

Shareholders Wrest Power From an Entrenched Harlem Co-op Board

Written by Andrew P. Brucker on October 22, 2021

Harlem, Manhattan

Shareholders followed the bylaws to oust an entrenched, self-dealing board.

A New Tool Helps Co-op Boards Track Rental Contracts

Written by Bill Morris on January 21, 2021

Harlem, Manhattan

RezCue is designed to ease compliance with the Tenant Protection Act.

A Harlem Renaissance for the Langston Condo’s Elevators

Written by Bill Morris on November 18, 2020

Harlem, Manhattan

Upgrade brings video screens, air purification and, best of all, reliability.

Drug-fueled parties during pandemic could land a shareholder in jail.

Central Park views make a prison a prized target of developers.

An Affordable Harlem Co-op Makes History

Written by Bill Morris on December 12, 2018

Harlem, Manhattan

HDFC co-op proves you don’t have to be rich to tap the sun’s power.

City reneges on promise to turn Harlem rental into affordable co-op.

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