Condo and Coop Boards and the Local Law 97 of NYC Department of Buildings

Condo and Coop Boards and the Local Law 97 of NYC Department of Buildings

Author: Team Colbert Law

NYC is taking a stance against climate change with the implementation of Local Law 97, which will require all buildings larger than 25,000 square feet to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions starting in 2024. The law sets increasingly stricter goals for 2030 and 2050 but sees 2022 as an important deadline – NYC’s Department of Buildings has released regulations on how condo/coop boards can comply so that they don’t incur hefty fines!



As the impending legal obligation slowly approaches, boards and their management should brush up on the New York City Department of Buildings’ 26 pages of rules. This comprehensive guide provides instructions to ensure compliance with these regulations – from installation requirements to recent amendments announced in its final rule. Don’t be left unprepared!

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