New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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New Resource Guide to help co-ops go green without going broke.

New cash infusion from the state will keep co-op affordable until 2052.

Shareholders learn to see the added value of a “slightly luxury” design.

Cogen and solar projects are about to produce major savings.

Co-op cited for first community solar project at a landmarked building.

Shareholders need to band together to control noisy commercial tenants.

Washington Heights co-op’s solar array is a breakthrough achievement.

The Greening of the Grinnell Co-op

Written by Adam Janos on September 19, 2018

Washington Heights, Manhattan

Board at century-old building adopts new “community solar” model.

Upper Manhattan residents sickened by Legionella bacteria.

Two shareholders make a difference by getting "actively involved."

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