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Proposed FDNY Rules: New Signage, New Inspections & Professional Alarm Approval Program


Here’s a roundup of the latest FDNY-related proposed rules, and what they mean for your buildings: New Proposed Signage For Hurricane Evacuation The FDNY has proposed new hurricane evacuation signage for apartment building lobbies. This is in line with Local Law 103 of 2019, which requires apartment building owners (Group R-2 buildings and occupancies) within a hurricane evacuation zone to … Read More

September 10, 2020


DOB Updates: New Fines, Mandatory Training Delays & License Reminders


The DOB just pushed back a mandatory training deadline to next year – find out what that means for your open construction jobs


Reviewing NYC Fire Sprinkler Violations – Interview With Capitol Fire Sprinkler


Find out the latest best practices and common misconceptions for performing your 5-year sprinkler test in NYC from the team at Capitol Fire Sprinkler.

August 17, 2020


How to Create Disaster Protocols for Your Property Management Staff [PART 2]


Here are 3 frustrating distractions we’ve heard over and over again from property management execs, and what teams some are doing to remove them.

July 20, 2020


What Is Smart Automation In Real Estate?


Property operations and management teams are embracing automation in their day-to-day work. But what does that mean, and how can it impact your team?

July 17, 2020


How to Create Disaster Protocols for Your Property Management Staff [PART 1]


Here are 3 frustrating distractions we’ve heard over and over again from property management execs, and what teams some are doing to remove them.

July 8, 2020


OATH (ECB) Updates Hearing Guidelines And Requirements For NYC Reopening


NYC’s Office of Administrative Trials & Hearings updated their guidelines, including requests for rescheduling hearings & in-person hearings.

July 7, 2020


Everything You Need To Know About Local Law 152 – 2020 Update


Here’s the ultimate guide for complying with LL 152 gas piping inspection requirements this year (and what’s required if you don’t have a gas piping system!)

July 6, 2020


New Changes To Elevator Violation Corrections Process


Administrative elevator violations – EVCAT1, EVCAT5, and ACC1 – must now be paid and corrected online, and not in person. Get details on the latest change

June 22, 2020


NY State Guidelines for Phase 2 Office Reopening


New York City could enter Phase 2 reopening soon – find out what that means specifically for office buildings, and how to keep your properties safe.

June 17, 2020


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Proposed FDNY Rules: New Signage, New Inspections & Professional Alarm Approval Program


Here’s a roundup of the latest FDNY-related proposed rules, and what they mean for your buildings: New Proposed Signage For Hurricane Evacuation The FDNY has proposed new hurricane evacuation signage for apartment building lobbies. This is in line with Local Law 103 of 2019, which requires apartment building owners (Group R-2 buildings and occupancies) within a hurricane evacuation zone to … Read More

September 10, 2020


DOB Updates: New Fines, Mandatory Training Delays & License Reminders


The DOB just pushed back a mandatory training deadline to next year – find out what that means for your open construction jobs


Reviewing NYC Fire Sprinkler Violations – Interview With Capitol Fire Sprinkler


Find out the latest best practices and common misconceptions for performing your 5-year sprinkler test in NYC from the team at Capitol Fire Sprinkler.

August 17, 2020


InCheck Guide to Smart Automation


InCheck uses smart automation to power the things you do, enabling your team to get more done with less. Learn more about how organizations use smart automation to operate better properties and increase NOI: Automatically enforce your team’s Standard Operating Procedures Intelligently assign work to the right people, at the right time Adapt assigned work by teams, roles, or a … Read More

July 20, 2020


How to Create Disaster Protocols for Your Property Management Staff [PART 2]


Here are 3 frustrating distractions we’ve heard over and over again from property management execs, and what teams some are doing to remove them.


What Is Smart Automation In Real Estate?


Property operations and management teams are embracing automation in their day-to-day work. But what does that mean, and how can it impact your team?

July 17, 2020


How to Create Disaster Protocols for Your Property Management Staff [PART 1]


Here are 3 frustrating distractions we’ve heard over and over again from property management execs, and what teams some are doing to remove them.

July 8, 2020


OATH (ECB) Updates Hearing Guidelines And Requirements For NYC Reopening


NYC’s Office of Administrative Trials & Hearings updated their guidelines, including requests for rescheduling hearings & in-person hearings.

July 7, 2020


Everything You Need To Know About Local Law 152 – 2020 Update


Here’s the ultimate guide for complying with LL 152 gas piping inspection requirements this year (and what’s required if you don’t have a gas piping system!)

July 6, 2020


New Changes To Elevator Violation Corrections Process


Administrative elevator violations – EVCAT1, EVCAT5, and ACC1 – must now be paid and corrected online, and not in person. Get details on the latest change

June 22, 2020


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