New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

Habitat Magazine October 2020 free digital issue

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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."

River Terrace Fixes a Toxic Culture

Written by Carol J. Ott on May 29, 2018

Washington Heights, Manhattan

Board conquers “bad behavior,” deficits, and galloping energy costs.

Homegrown Change Agent

Written by Carol J. Ott on May 11, 2018

Washington Heights, Manhattan

Mark Hines and the rejuvenation of River Terrace.

The “overbuild” is an affordable solution for many older buildings.

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