Local Law 33: Building Energy Efficiency Rating Resources

 Building energy use accounts for nearly-two thirds of greenhouse gas emissions in New York City. Under Local Law 33 (LL33), buildings larger than 25,000 square feet are required to obtain and display the Building Energy Efficiency Rating labels near public entrances by October 31, 2020.  Click here for more...

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Building Owners Required to Post Building Energy Efficiency Rating Label

Building Owners Required to Post Building Energy Efficiency Rating Label – Local Law 33 of 2018 as amended by Local Law 95 of 2019  No later than October 30, 2020, and October 30 of each year after 2020, owners of buildings over 25,000 square feet – or multiple buildings on a lot that total 100,000 square feet or more...

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ACTION ALERT

LEGISLATION TO CONTROL CO-OP ADMISSIONS RESURFACESURGE YOUR ALBANY LEGISLATORS TO OPPOSE A.1267-D/ S.6408-B Incomprehensively, as the State Legislature convenes this week for a session which one would expect to focus on Covid-19 and budget issues,  instead a revised version of the same old attempts to impose time frames on...

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Census 2020

2020 Census data will help inform how billions of dollars are distributed to states and communities every year for the next 10...

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HOW MULTI-FAMILY BUILDING OWNERS, COOP AND CONDO BOARDS, AND MANAGING AGENTS SHOULD DEAL WITH COVID-19

Prepared by the firm of Gallet Dreyer & Berkey, LLP  Owners of multi-family buildings, boards of condominiums and cooperatives and their managing agents should be aware of their legal obligations that arise from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).  In general, owners, board members and managing agents must...

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GOVERNOR’S VETO DASHES CURRENT HOPES FOR REVERSE MORTGAGES FOR SENIORS IN CO-OPS

On Friday the 13th, Governor Cuomo issued his Veto #213, disappointing hundreds of seniors who supported this important legislation as they aged in place in New York  housing cooperatives. Many of these seniors call CNYC on a regular basis for progress reports on the legislation that would have enabled them to live out...

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