New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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A rare contemporary echo of a major trend from the 1980s.

Inflation is squeezing a prime tool to pay for capital projects.

Co-op’s lawyer and district attorney protested release on $500,000 bail.

Bell Park Gardens’ $20 million capital project delayed by due diligence.

Boards need to start preparing for a future without gas-powered vehicles.

Queens Co-op Supers to Get $130,000 in Unpaid Wages

Written by Bill Morris on March 17, 2022

Flushing, Queens

Attorney General cracks down on co-op that gave supers a free apartment but no pay.

Solar panels and radiator upgrades will cut carbon emissions — and costs.

State continues push to replace fossil fuels with electrification.

Queens Co-op’s Mortgage Refi Rejuvenates Reserve Fund

Written by Bill Morris on August 25, 2021

Rego Park, Queens

After cost overruns on facade repairs, low interest rates rode to the rescue.

Enclosed Balconies May Not Be Forever

Written by Andrew P. Brucker on June 07, 2021

Hillcrest, Queens

Lawsuit gives co-op and condo boards broad power to rescind permissions.

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