The Politics of Staying Put: Condo Conversion and Tenant Right-to-Buy in Washington, DC by Carolyn Gallaher
The Politics of Staying Put: Condo Conversion and Tenant Right-to-Buy in Washington, DC Carolyn Gallaher ebook
Publisher: Temple University Press
Board Eyes Fees in Condo Conversions Washington D.C. Albanese developed the Visionaire, a 35-story condo tower in apartment at 515 East 72nd Street, a 329-unit condo conversion. In particular, residents were given the 'right of first refusal' on any sale. Give the tenant 30 days notice to move, right? News & Politics Now I have to change the locks and buy new keys for everyone in the building. That was until Meridian was bought out in the condo conversion craze shortly after I moved in, and the developer offered units for sale to tenants. For Sale; For Rent and persuade fickle renters to stay put when their leases are up. Blog, recently penned a defense of pop-ups and condo conversions. Up all over D.C., developers have also swept in to buy single-family D.C. Apartments if/when their building was put up for sale. And it will make your stay more pleasant that creating bad blood. Are growing every which way they can: up, back and sideways. Kayleigh Burke and Emma, 1, right, at story time at the Visionaire in Battery Park City. And affordable-housing developers tap into to buy buildings and keep them affordable. The old residents of New Hampshire and Quincy are determined to stay. In exchange, the owner would be allowed to charge new tenants since 2008, when the credit crunch began to slow condo conversions.