- 04.10.13 Federation seeking assistance from cooperatives regarding Hurricane Sandy relief and funding. [FNYHC]
- 04.02.2013 Year of the Frustrated Buyer Awaits Manhattan Real Estate Market.Without a lot of apartments for sale right now, signs are pointing to a sellers market in Manhattan, some real estate experts said.[DNAInfo]
03.28.2013 A Deck Delayed: Will Atlantic Yards Have To Wait For Blight-Concealing Rail Platform?
- 03.28.2013 Mom Buys Two-year-old $6.5 million Condo, Puts Your Bugaboo to Shame. This week, a Chinese mother paid $6.5 million for a condo in Midtown's One57 for her two-year old daughter to use when she goes to college.[NY Observer]
03.27.2013 Bruce Willis Pays $8.8 M. for U2 Bassist Adam Clayton’s El Dorado Pad.
- 03.20.13 Developers Are Making Bets on a Rising East Harlem.[New York Times]
- 03.20.13 Here's What The Tallest Residential Tower In NYC Will Look Like.[Gothamist]
- 03.08.2013 Brooklyn's New Gentrification Frontiers. Many Brooklynites, priced out of Williamsburg, Boerum Hill, Carroll Gardens and Park Slope, are heading farther in.[New York Times]
- 03.08.2013 Warring Williamsburg Mandates Leave Waterfront Out of Whack.[NY Observer]
- 03.07.2013 Hudson Square On Hold: City Council Postpones Vote, Could a Landmarking Compromise Be In the Works[NY Observer]
- 02.27.2013 Rising in the East - New condos are coming to the Upper East Side, and prices have never been higher.[NY Post]
- 01.20.13 Professional athletes who have just signed seven- and eight-figure contracts can, virtually overnight, become enthusiastic investors in high-end real estate. [NY Times]
Attendees packed the aisles of the Hilton New York exhibit hall as The Cooperator presented its 26th annual Co-op and Condo Expo, providing networking, information and educational opportunities for co-op and condo boards and residents throughout the tri-state area. Since 1987, the Expo is a fixture on the business calendar of vendors, service providers, board members, building staff and residents. Read More
The earliest windows were literally holes in walls—maybe covered by animal skins, if the owner was ambitious, or the weather was chilly—and were useful only for allowing a little air and light into the living space. Read More
It many circles it’s considered socially or politically correct to “go green” when embarking on new construction projects or updating an existing property. Cost-saving initiatives include solar roofs, energy-efficient lighting and appliances. With these inherent benefits, boards and managing agents are expressing interest in all things green, which is in line with New York’s celebrated sustainable reputation. Read More
Call it the Ikea-fication of America. It seems that more and more people are getting interested in design, especially when it comes to their own home. In decades past, household furniture and decorations didn't vary a whole lot. Growing up in the twentieth century, odds are your friends' homes probably had a pretty similar couch and coffee table as your own. Thanks to new technology and an explosion of interest in retro styles, that has changed. Read More