Monthly Archives: September 2017

Save Energy, Or Else

Mayor de Blasio, yesterday, announced he would introduce legislation to fine owners of up to 14,500 commercial and residential buildings over 25,000 square feet if they don’t meet energy conservation goals by 2030. Details are not yet available. Meanwhile, beginning … Continue reading

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Gas Shut-offs Rising

Gas shutoffs are increasing due to a combination of a crackdown on illegal connections; publicity about gas safety, including a new City law requiring owners to advise tenants to call 911 if they smell gas; and a new statewide requirement for utilities … Continue reading

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Good Neighbors?

A condo building is asking $15,000 a month for the pain of being next to construction at a midtown library in a case that could establish new ground on adjacent construction disputes. Thousands of apartments rented to non-profit cluster housing … Continue reading

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