April 2013 Vol. 33, No. 4
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- 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]
All you need to know you to efficiently manage and maintain co-op and condo properties in the Greater New York area, you will find at The Cooperator’s annual Co-op & Condo Expo, which is now in its 26th year as the premier event for education, networking and learning. Read More
According to many observers, the worst of the recession is over. We’re now several years out from the collapses and near-collapses of Lehman Brothers, Washington Mutual, Countrywide, Bear Stearns, AIG and other big-name financial firms. Read More
Despite what people mutter about real estate being in a down cycle in other parts of the region, in New York City, people are spending tens of millions on jaw-dropping properties throughout the city, with record-breaking sales being logged in 2012 and even more likely in 2013 as the economy continues to recover. Read More
Little by little, the world seems to be getting greener, and the Bloomberg administration has made greening the city one of its priorities in helping to reduce New York City’s carbon footprint. As part of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg’s Greener, Greater Buildings Plan, all of the city’s private buildings—including most co-ops and condos—of over 50,000 square feet are required to obtain benchmarking and energy audits by a certain deadline. Read More