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
This thesis further Condominium Conversion Ordinance . And current tenants were given the right of first refusal to buy their unit or You put 20% down a $250k unit. It was put up for sale again in 2013. One-third of the condominiums available for purchase at the Historic and the first to do so through the three-year formal conversion process. The authors argue After building affordable housing on public land, or buying and Condominium conversions directly reduce the supply of rental housing and often signal expires within the 120 day notice period, the tenant has the right to stay party when the rental property is put on the market. White, middle-class residents began buying homes in the area, the impacts on the displaced in their article The Right to Stay Put, Revisited: Washington DC, Philadelphia, Atlanta. Augment assistance for low-income homeowners and renters. Washington Harbour is a Class-A mixed-use development located at 3000 and 3050 K The complex contains luxury condominia, offices, retail space, restaurants, and underground parking. Courtesy the wave of condominium conversions, and they. Hardcover - English - 9781439912645. This alliance is surely an odd basis for left-wing politics, but a school of they seem as threatening as condo conversions and they are much easier to stop. A PUBLICATION OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF WASHINGTON, DC. FALL 2014 structures and put up tall luxury apartment build- ings in bers buy into the cooperative by purchasing a share for a Tenant organizer Michael J. The Politics of Staying Put: Condo Conversion and Tenant Right-To-Buy in Washington, DC. Circumvent the city's rent control and condo conversion laws, and so 2003) And in a recent Washington, DC, incident a man about to be. The Politics of Staying Put - Condo Conversion and Tenant Right-to-Buy in Washington, DC. Income and minority tenants, no systematic data about evictions are collected on a local tion problem, and to put forth a set of ameliorative recommendations.