How to get the most out of your condo, condo management company says
By Michael BoulgerPublished Oct 05, 2018 11:29:19More than 10,000 people will attend a “community conference” in Manhattan this weekend for condo management companies, the owners of more than 10 residential metal garagers in Manhattan.
The event is being held in conjunction with the third annual YMCA of Manhattan.
The event will feature a number of community events, including a walk-in cooking competition, and a panel discussion featuring former residents and community leaders on how to keep their properties in good condition.
The three-day conference, organized by the YMAA, will be held at the Brooklyn Museum and Museum of Art on Sunday, Oct. 7, at 11 a.m. in the Museum’s Art Museum Building.
The YMDA has hosted a number community conferences in the past, including the YMCAs Community Series in 2018 and the YCMA’s Community Summit in 2017.
The two community conferences were held in September and October.
Last year, the YmAA held its second annual Community Summit, which attracted more than 100 people and featured speakers like a former Brooklyn resident, New York City Housing Authority Executive Director of Planning and Development and former city councilmember Mike O’Brien.
The conference will be one of the first of its kind for the YDA.
The YMSA is also sponsoring the event, and the event’s organizers hope it will draw new residents and residents of other communities to their conferences.
The conference will feature presentations on a wide variety of topics, including how to maintain, maintain and improve the condition of properties, maintenance of community spaces, and how to increase property values and the value of their homes.
The panelists include the YDCA’s President of Housing, Mark O’Sullivan, who is also the current president of the YRDA, as well as other community leaders and members of the community.
The community conference is being sponsored by the Manhattan Community Development Corporation, the nonprofit agency that oversees and supports residential development in Manhattan, and is managed by the nonprofit YMTA.YMAA President and CEO Jim Cramer said the community event will be a chance for people to learn about how to properly manage their property, and it will be an opportunity to meet with members of a number communities, like the YYCA, to talk about their problems and concerns.
“This is one of our first events of this type, and we hope it’ll be a wonderful experience for the community,” Cramer told ABC News.
“We’re hoping that it will help to bring new residents into the YMA, because they’re coming here and are looking for guidance on how they can manage their properties, how to make sure they’re in good shape.”YMCA President and Chief Operating Officer Scott L. Jones said the YCA is very excited about the event.
“We’re very excited to be able to host the community conference, which will be attended by a number members of New York’s residential community,” Jones said.
“The YDA is committed to providing our members with the tools and knowledge to better manage their homes, to make their homes more livable, to protect their property and their residents, and to ensure the health and safety of all of us.”
The conference is a chance to talk to people who are part of the residential community, including community members and members who live in their properties.
“There’s been a lot of people that are very concerned about their properties and their properties being in poor condition, and what they have to do to keep them in good state,” Jones told ABC news.
“It’s really exciting to have them share their stories, their concerns, their stories and concerns with us, and I think it’ll give us the opportunity to share some really great information.”
Jones said the events are also a chance the Y, the Manhattan Development Corporation and the community can learn from one another.
“I think the conference is an opportunity for us to really see how the communities around us work together to improve the properties and make sure that they’re doing things in a good way,” Jones added.
“This is a great opportunity for the communities to learn from each other.”
The event is free, and there is a $15 registration fee.