In: NYC Cooperatives
In New York City residential buildings, Local Law 75 of 2011 dealt with the replacement of Carbon Monoxide Detectors in multi-family buildings. On April 1, 2014 the law was amended to also include the oversight of replacement of Smoke Detectors at the end of their useful life, ensuring that all apartments were protected.
Mark Levine, our Vice President is introducing himself in the first of many New York City centric property management videos. Since 1996, our firm has been a 3rd party property management firm specializing in the management of Cooperatives, Condominiums and rental buildings in the 5 boroughs of NYC and also on Long Island. These videos will be a great way for our clients, potential clients and the general public to get a better handle on property management of multi-family buildings, no matter if they are in the NYC area or elsewhere.