Posted by JJ on March 12, 2000 at 00:03:39:
In Reply to: Security for Parking Garage posted by Stan on March 11, 2000 at 12:41:36:
: There are 60 units in the apartment building in Bayside, Queens. Some of the apartments have turned co-op in an offering plan started in 1990 but most are rentals, and I am told some are rent stabilized while others are not. A garage in the building has 26 spaces and the management company requires security for the parking spaces even though they charge the 10% NYC parking tax each month. The garage rental is a separate agreement from the rent lease. Is it legal to charge security for a parking space?
Probably. Why not check with an apt broker in the hood?
BTW: your neighbors, the rent stabilized ones, might have stabilized leases for their parking spaces.
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