Category: On The Board

Law & Legislation
Revisiting Levandusky

In its latest Biography of a Building , New York Magazine profiled the iconic One Fifth Avenue, calling the 27-story Art Deco building the “downtown co-op of all downtown co-ops” and “an expression of a certain type of New York–ness.…

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Management Relations
2020 October Supporting Essential Building Workers

While residents of condos, co-ops, and HOAs do their part to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by staying in their homes as much as they can, they rely on the supers, porters, valets, doorpeople, janitorial workers, handymen and -women, securi…

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On The Board
2020 October Community Meetings in the Time of COVID

Social distancing, lockdowns, quarantine, remote work, distance learning—these once unfamiliar terms have changed the way we live our everyday lives in the time of a global pandemic. In a society where a handshake is the social gesture that…

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On The Board
2020 October Living by the Rules

It’s a common bit for comedians and TV sitcoms: making fun of the ‘condo police’—those neighbors who take it upon themselves to enforce the rules set up by your condominium association or co-op corporation to regulate community living. They…

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