go co-op

go co-op

Typically said of an apartment building that has become a cooperative (or "co-op")—a building in which residents do not own property but rather own shares in the corporation that owns the building. I can't believe that our building is going co-op—I might need to move.
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Guterman told REW that converting to condos would take far longer (due to there being over 11,200 individual tax lots) and that, in order for tenants to take advantage of certain tax benefits, they would need to go co-op to benefit.
You get about 15 hours of gameplay here, even more if you go co-op.
Other participants in the "How B2Bs Work -- Models and Experience" included senior executives from Commerce One (Nasdaq:CMRC), FreeMarkets (Nasdaq:FMKT), Go Co-op Inc.
The sellers coerced the tenants to buy, for example, by telling them that 75 percent of a building had agreed to go co-op, and if they did not buy, the apartment would be sold out from under them.
Having researched what consumers thought of cooperatives with their members, they landed on the Go Co-op phrase, which was turned into the committee's Web site for the marketing program.
After almost nine months of labyrinthine negotiations (which included having the original share allocation expert who helped the building go co-op in 1962 make a visit to the premises) the board was able to agree to the reallocation of shares in the building and the division of Browne and Pashby's exclusive.