New York's Cooperative and Condominium Community

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From asbestos to foreclosure, the Acropolis Gardens has seen it all.

Co-op and condo board embracing tech, from robots to cellphone entry.

Country Club Living at a Co-Op in the City

Written by Marianne Schaefer on November 07, 2018

Bayside, Queens

Windsor Park adding a $2.5 million gym to its amenities menu.

Planning is good. Long-range planning is way better.

Two Co-ops Flourish by Taking the Long View

Written by Lisa Prevost on October 08, 2018


Good timing and a long-range plan are a recipe for success for two Queens co-ops.

A Queens Co-op Cries for Property Tax Reform

Written by Shelley Cohen on August 21, 2018

Long Island City, Queens

Affordable Citylights faces a crippling tax bill as assessments soar.

The Accountant Who Became a Property Manager

Written by Marianne Schaefer on July 19, 2018

Little Neck, Queens

Jeffrey Weber’s path took some twists before he found his true calling.

“I think we have short-term memory,” says one broker.

Nine Queens co-ops finally own the land they sit on.

Affordable Citylights co-op caught in a double bind.

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