205 West End a Cooperative residence since 1987

Built in 1961, 205 West End was part of a vast urban renewal program centered around the new Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. The building sits at the northern edge of Lincoln Towers. While an independent Cooperative, 205 WEA residents retain access to and shared ownership of the beautiful gardens and playgrounds in the complex, the largest of which can be accessed directly from the building.

205 West End Owners Corporation, whose shares are 90% resident-owned, is governed by a Board of Directors consisting of seven shareholders and one sponsor representative.

Recent News

  • Blackout - System Failures and Action Plan West Side BlackoutAs you all know by now, there was a blackout on the evening of July 13.  The blackout began at 6:47 p.m., according to news reports of a Con Ed press release, and ended sometime about 10 p.m.Geographically, the blackout extended from 72nd Street down to somewhere in the 40s and from Fifth Avenue west to the Hudson River.  The New York Times quotes Con Ed as attributing the failure to a problem at a substation on West 49th Street.The Cogen SystemOur electricity cogeneration system is designed to provide emergency power to the building in cases when the power grid goes down.  It is configured to ensure that one elevator on ...
    Posted Jul 18, 2019, 7:08 AM by Marc Donner
  • Summary of the 33nd Annual Meeting of 205 West End Avenue Owner’s Corporation Keith Bleiweiss, our Certified Public Accountant from Newman, Newman & Kaufman, LLP, led us through a comprehensive review of our financials, for both the Coop and the Condo. All this information can be found in the 2018 Financial Reports mailed to you in the package containing the formal Meeting Announcement. Net, net, we are very healthy financially, however our Reserves coverage ideally needs to increase from its current ratio of just under 1.5 to 3 months.  This was expected due to the numerous capital improvements we completed over the past several years.This should not be a concern as we don’t see any major capital expenses on the horizon and our maintenance arrears are insignificant, but the Board is ...
    Posted May 25, 2019, 6:05 AM by Marc Donner
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