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July 2014, Vol 34, No 7

The July 2014 issue of The Cooperator newspaper focuses on Budget & Finance

In this issue, you can read about Budgeting and The Bottom Line, Cutting Costs - Without Cutting Corners, and Surviving a Financial Firestorm

Visit our archives to see other articles that were published in 2014.

News Briefs

  • 06.13.2014 Kentile Floors Sign Will Be Removed & Relocated. The iconic sign will be removed from its Ninth Street and Second Avenue perch, the building’s owner confirmed, but its characteristic red letters will be preserved, according to a statement released Thursday night.[DNAInfo]
  • 06.12.2014 Workers at Luxurious West Village Condo Strike in Protest of Intimidation Tactics. It was not until yesterday afternoon that workers at the Printing House, a luxury building at 421 Hudson Street, officially went on strike, walking out over alleged intimidation tactics by the building’s management. But there have been troubling signs at the West Village condo, where apartments fetch between $1.3 million and $7 million, for some time now.[New York Observer]
  • 04.15.14 Voting Open for National Mgr. of the Year Contest
    Vote between April 14-27, 2014. The Top 3 On-site Managers are Nickie Greco of Palomino Park Owners Association (Highlands Ranch, CO), Marcy Kravit of 2600 Condominium (Weston, FL), and Mystre' Van Horn of Fairfield Harbour POA (New Bern, NC). The Top 3 Portfolio Managers are Danielle Carbajal of Prellis Property Management (Granada Hills, CA), Catherine Holladay of Management Specialists Services, LLC (Gainesville, FL) and Jose Pazos of Pazos, Robaina & Zapata Management Group (Miami, FL). Winners announced in Orlando, FL on May 14, 2014. Winners get trophy and $5,000 cash prize. [Association Reserves]
  • 02.21.2014 Sweeping Views for $17.8 Million. A corner unit in the 35-story limestone tower portion of 15 Central Park West, the address where units perform like blue chip stock on the resale market, sold for $17.8 million and was the most expensive sale of the week, according to city records.[New York Times]

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