A Portrait of the Green Thumb as a Board President
NYC Co-op Leader Shares His Green Initiatives
With a recent push by Mayor Bill de Blasio to extend former Mayor Michael Bloomberg's "Carbon Challenge" progr…
What Size Management Company ?
Is Bigger Always Better?
We live in a world of add-ons. Ever since the term supersize was coined by the fast food industry back in 1994, the idea…
The Clubhouse Rules
Renting Out Common Areas
Amenities can be a major selling point for any co-op or condo. You don't have to be Jillian Michaels these days to have …
Will Complete Smoking Bans Catch on for Condos and Co-ops?
Making Sense of the Newest Smoking Bans
In post-Bloomberg New York City, the war on smoking in the name of public health trudges on, and this time it’s co…
Knowing When to Call Your Manager
Response to Calls is an Essential Part of the Manager’s Job
Olivia Pope, the main character on ABC’s Scandal,is a professional fixer. If you have a problem—any problem…
Keeping Track of Paperwork
Properly Managing the Board’s Records
Serving on the board is not all fun and games, glamor and glory. There’s also some paperwork involved. In fact, t…
The Drone Debate Hovers Over Co-ops and Condos
The Latest on Drone Regulations
Drones: destined to be the scourge of the skies? Or a brilliant convenience that allows people to complete everyday task…
Caring for Your Exterior Metallic Elements
The Dakota co-op building is one of the most iconic New York City apartment buildings, home to many cultural luminaries…
A Clear View
What’s New in Window Trends and Technology?
Windows can dramatically change any space, from transforming a tiny kitchen into a front row seat to a glorious skyline…
New York City Superintendents Technical Association
Representation, Education and Communication
Fix 'er Up
Scheduling Maintenance Projects