New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community



Keeping a Commercial Space From Going to Waste

Written by David Bogoslaw on December 11, 2017

Upper East Side, Manhattan

Long-term leases are a hedge against an uncertain retail future.

Is the 99-year lease going to become the new normal?

Board service required Martin Mirkin to learn lighting, plumbing – and people.

Removing mature trees and shrubs isn’t easy or cheap. Who pays?

Owner of former French consulate cites neighbors’ “stall tactics.”

The Right Way to Switch to LED Lights

Written by Bill Morris on June 13, 2017

Upper East Side

Don't pluck that low-hanging fruit! Call Con Ed instead.

Petition circulated by desperate man who can’t unload his Trump Palace condo.

The Kraus family has been in the plumbing business for more than a century.

Like Mother, Like Daughter

Written by Tom Soter on May 01, 2017

Upper East Side

Sue Dorn passed down something to her daughter, Martha: co-op board service.

There's help for boards who want to keep their co-op or condo from becoming a hotel.

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