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

  • 2015 Annual Meeting Update We held the annual meeting of the 205 West End Owners Corporation (the formal name of our Cooperative) on Tuesday, May 12.  The meeting was attended by the usual number of shareholders, slightly fewer than fifty.  For the convenience of shareholders unable to attend the meeting, we are publishing the highlights of the President’s report and some of the questions asked by attendees along with the Board’s responses. Financial report: Keith Bleiweiss from our accounting firm reviewed the consolidated financial statements of the Cooperative and the Condominium.  The financial condition of the building remains excellent.  He noted that the incapacitation of the Cogen units early last year resulted in increased energy spending and was mostly responsible for the ...
    Posted May 19, 2015, 5:45 PM by Marc Donner
  • Return of the prodigal cart 205 West End provides six carts for the convenience of residents in conveying bulky or heavy items between the lobby and their apartments.  Two of these carts are brass metal luggage carts that can support hangers as well as suitcases.  The other four are Rubbermaid utility carts – two are wider models and two are somewhat narrower. Each of these carts has a resting place in one of the mailrooms or elsewhere in the lobby area.  Each utility cart is marked with its resting location, thus simplifying the task of returning it to its resting place without having to search for an empty space. With only six carts to serve over 500 apartments, it is important that a resident who uses ...
    Posted Jan 25, 2015, 11:04 AM by Marc Donner
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