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Bidding Basics
Co-op, condo, and HOA boards across the country are made up of volunteers who are committed to the governance of their community. Among their most important duties is selecting vendors to provide goods or services—everything from lawn care to roof repair; surveillance to extermination. Often these volunteers have little to no direct expertise in the industries and occupations related to their prop…
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Is Your View a Property Right?
Along with other major criteria (location, square-footage, 'light,' 'air,' etc.) a good view from one or more windows can be a big selling point for an apartment. In fact, many a buyer has purchased their unit based on the view. Some will even boast about their view of say, the Hudson River, when one would literally have to climb out the window and be held by the legs to actually see it. Views are…
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From Charity to Luxury
A former Salvation Army distribution center at 26 Quincy Street in Brooklyn's Clinton Hill neighborhood is slated to be internally renovated into a 49 condominium units by development partners Loktech Group and Meral Property Group. The partners will also build a new apartment building of 41 rental units on the adjacent lot at 10 Quincy Street. Financing for the acquisition and redevelopme…
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Being Good Neighbors
For most, living in a co-op or condo association implies at least some level of interest in being part of a larger community. That interest is usually limited to the condo or co-op community itself – but what about the greater community around your building? Do co-ops and condos integrate themselves into the greater communities around them? Do they extend themselves outward to build quality of lif…
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Virtual Meetings
Editor’s Note: During this crisis, The Cooperator family of publications will be passing along information, tips, and FAQs submitted by our network of industry professionals, including attorneys, managers, and other subject matter experts. The views and opinions expressed are those of the contributors, and as the situation evolves in the coming days and weeks, those views and opinions may evolve a…
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