December 31, 1969
... could an East Harlem co-op board be about the worst slumlord around, and corrupt as well? Another board on Park Avenue isn't smelling like roses, either, or gas. We've smoking, squirrels and squash — the vegetable, not the game — plus the latest in condo / co-op amenities. And for boards, we've got fallout from the Dakota co-op discrimination suit and more.
Written by Bill Morris on August 05, 2020
Bottleneck from shutdown is now being unclogged.
Written by Paula Chin on June 10, 2020
Queens co-op uses a power purchase agreement to install a cogen system.
Written by Marianne Schaefer on May 13, 2020
Queens co-op withholds tax payment in protest of unequal treatment.
Legislators say co-ops and condos should be eligible for federal aid.
Work deemed “essential” during pandemic includes a Target store in Queens.
Written by Bendix Anderson on April 03, 2020
Low-interest loans can be life-savers for small, historic co-ops.
April 02, 2020
Retired cop, musician, and dynamic leader of Hilltop Village co-op.
Written by Kathryn Farrell on March 31, 2020
Co-op board's doggedness is cutting $385,000 from energy costs.
Written by Marianne Schaefer on March 26, 2020
The Nordeck Apartments are proof that any challenge can be overcome.
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