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Board is able to prove that its decision was based on economics — not racial prejudice.

With no up-front costs, co-ops and condos could comply with climate law.

Sensors Avert Possible Flood at Queens Condo

Written by Bill Morris on January 18, 2023

Bayside, Queens

Leak in pipe to domestic hot water tank detected before it got serious.

Queens Condo Board Attacks Leaks With an Eye to Aesthetics

Written by Bill Morris on November 23, 2022

Ridgewood, Queens

Former industrial property’s leaking stucco presented a tricky challenge.

Hawthorne Court’s 14 co-ops are convinced there’s strength in numbers.

Bay Terrace co-op president has new megaphone for co-op and condo issues.

Neighborhood activists band together to push green projects and legislation.

Combined unit at the Oxford is making news in a middle-class Queens enclave.

After posting bail, Glenn Hirsch was allowed to return to the Amherst co-op, infuriating fellow shareholders.

SmartCompost pilot program takes off in Queens and downtown Manhattan.

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