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Co-op gets $1 million installation plus tax abatement for no money down.

Urban Energy’s solar panels send electricity directly to co-ops and condos.

Energy efficiency — and money savings — come to a South Bronx co-op.

Advocates speak out as vote on controversial “thermostat bill” looms.

Bill inspired by deadly Bronx fire is called “a solution in search of a problem.”

Community solar project brings windfall with no upfront cash outlay.

City Island Condo Is Now Safe From the Sound

Written by Bill Morris on January 06, 2022

City Island, The Bronx

Retaining wall battered by Hurricane Sandy has been rebuilt.

Riverdale Co-op Hit With Supply-Chain Problems

Written by Bill Morris on November 17, 2021

Riverdale, The Bronx

Shortage of materials bumps up cost of facade project.

Court Says Frivolous Lawsuits Qualify as “Objectionable Conduct”

Written by Ira Brad Matetsky on September 09, 2021

The Bronx

Board succeeds in terminating the lease of a litigious shareholder.

Bronx Co-op Board Outfoxes Con Edison Smart Meter

Written by Bill Morris on June 09, 2021

The Bronx

It wasn’t easy to prove that inflated gas bills were the result of a faulty meter.

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