Category: Community Living

Community Living
Securing Your Building

Security in multifamily buildings isn't a one-sided job; both boards and residents must cooperate to make sure property and people are safe. In this clip, a security pro gives us a few tips on how administrators, staff, and those who call b…

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Buying & Selling
Co-op Boards Say No to Neumann

Page Six reports that even before his company’s recent failed initial public offering (IPO), Adam Neumann, now former CEO of WeWork, had difficulty securing a co-op on Manhattan’s tony Fifth Avenue. Citing a real estate insider, Page Si…

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Buying & Selling
Built-In Apartment Features

When it comes to co-op or condo, home improvements are a personal thing, reflecting the style and taste of the owner, and impacting the functionality of the unit. A prime example of this are built-ins; those personalized furnishings that pr…

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Real Estate Trends
Engaging a Fitness Center Company

In-house gyms and fitness centers are some of the most popular amenities a co-op, condo, or HOA can offer residents and prospective buyers -- but just plunking down a treadmill and some barbells in a common room doesn't exactly qualify. In …

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Real Estate Trends
What’s Hot in Building Amenities

As the market for co-op and condo units continues to soften in Manhattan and throughout New York City, co-ops and condos are looking to make themselves more competitive. One area where existing co-ops and associations can raise their profil…

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