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Worker’s Death at Co-op Underscores Importance of Air-Tight Insurance

Written by Scott S. Greenspun and Jillian Menna on December 01, 2022

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Co-op and condo boards can leave nothing to chance during repairs.

Deferred maintenance and foot-dragging are no longer viable options.

Co-op and condo boards need to take a stand on new breed of watchdog.

The Growing Pains of a 40-Year-Old Co-op on Central Park West

Written by Bill Morris & Carol J. Ott on September 09, 2022

Upper West Side, Manhattan

These cooperators had to start from scratch back in the 1980s.

Naftali Group blocked from evicting tenant who's holding up a major development

Co-op board and contractor adapt to challenging times to get job done.

Efficient new electric boiler for domestic hot water is a money saver.

Boards and their architects need to talk frankly before the work begins.

Co-op Nearly Burned by Heat Pump Installers

Written by Bill Morris on February 02, 2022

Upper West Side, Manhattan

Demand for clean energy may be outrunning the supply of qualified workers.

Some shareholders ponied up early, others can sign on later.

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