Co-op Members

Welcome to the one-stop resource for HDFCs!

By utilizing the buying power of over 600 member buildings, UHAB is able to offer discounted services, tools, and support to HDFCs. Member Services also keeps buildings informed through seminars on current topics and publishing quarterly newsletters. 

Make sure your building's contact information is up to date so you won't miss out on any information or mailings Member Services provides.  Fill out a contact update form here and fax it to 212-344-6457 attn: Member Services or email us.

Check out our energy services to learn more about cost-saving upgrades and new compliance codes.

Check out the latest Member News: 
The Sustainability Issue

The bilingual Spring 2020 edition of UHAB Member News is available online

"The Sutainability Issue" has information on how to keep your building healthy and financially stable in the time of coronavirus, our new "Ask UHAB" column, and news about UHAB's environmental justice work to ensure a safe and livable future for all.


Read the latest issue of UHAB Member News today!


Keep your HDFC community safe!

Work with your neighbors to stop the spread of the virus.


Now is the time to practice community through cooperation and keep ourselves and our neighbors safe. Read on to learn how to talk to your neighbors about Coronavirus, request aid, and keep your building healthy - then check out our resource guide at for information on changing deadlines and regulations, funding for HDFC co-ops, and helpful information for building residents.


We want to hear from you! What have you been doing to deal with Coronavirus in your HDFC? Email us or call us at 212 479 3337.


  • Stay informed. Check the World Health Organization and the City's website for updates about the Coronavirus. You can also text COVID to 692-692 to join the NYC government text alert system. For text alerts in spanish, text COVIDESP to 692-692. It is important that we separate facts from fear, and guard against stigma and racism. Always fact-check using reputable sources, and be on guard for misinformation. Check out our coronavirus resource guide at