A New Generation Joins the Co-op Board
The NYT Profiled Five New Board Members. Here Is One More.
In a recent Real Estate piece, the New York Times explored why and how newer shareholders can successfully …
Second Lawsuit Challenges Controversial Rent Rules
Realty Group Claims Law Hobbles Landlords
Passed last summer, New York’s Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act (HSTPA) is facing a second lawsuit, reports …
FHA Eases Financing Regs
Good News for First-Time Homebuyers
The Federal Housing Administration (FHA), which insures mortgages made by private lenders and banks, will ease condo …
RFPs, Outsourcing, and Avoiding Conflicts
Co-op, condo, and HOA boards across the country are made up of volunteers who are committed to the governance of their c…
How Managers Make Peace
Living in a multifamily dwelling requires tolerance for other people, particularly when those people are noisy, smelly, …
Residents and Mental Health
What Should a Board Do if Someone is Struggling?
When a resident is, or appears to be struggling with mental health issues, knowing what to do or how to help can be a to…
DOB Expedites New Façade Inspection Rules
Physical Inspections to Replace Visual-Only Methods
After 60-year-old architect Erica Tishman was tragically killed the week before Christmas by loose material falling from…
Glass vs. Masonry
Which Façade Reigns Supreme?
Over the past two decades, New Yorkers have become increasingly used to seeing tall, reflective, glass residential tower…
To Furnish, or Not to Furnish?
While not usually considered an amenity per se, an elegantly appointed lobby can be both a draw for prospective purchase…
A Tale of Two Co-ops
HDFCs in the Post-Gentrification Age
SEIU-32BJ Gives Amazon HQ an OK
Nation's Biggest Property Service Workers Union Approve of LIC Location
The Cooperator Expo New York Returns to Javits Thursday October 11th
Second Annual Fall Trade Show Will Draw Thousands
Built-In Apartment Features
A Matter of Personal Taste and Style