No More Playrooms, Pools or Gyms as NYC Resi Buildings Hunker Down

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Leni Cummins comments on how New York City high-rise, residential buildings can manage coronavirus anxiety and potential exposure in The Real Deal. Many condo and co-op boards are seeking attorney guidance on how to keep residents informed about potential exposure.

Leni is advising her condo and co-op clients to send a notice to residents and building workers encouraging them to self-report illness, travel history, or exposure, but personal information should not be shared. She also indicated that while her first call on how to respond to coronavirus was from a luxury co-op on the Upper East Side, concern among owners is widespread.

“I don’t think the paranoia of the virus discriminates based on sales price,” she said. “It’s coming from across the board.”

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