Posted by DK on March 30, 1999 at 17:27:21:
In Reply to: Stabilized AND Non-Stabilized Apts. in same building??? posted by Stacey on March 30, 1999 at 15:58:46:
It is possible to have stabilized and non-stabilized apartments in the same building. You need to learn the reason why the landlord claims that your apartment is exempt from rent stabilization. (examples, Does it rent for more than $2,000 per month; did the building have a tax abatement which has expired?) The easiest starting place is to ask the managing agent why your apartment is not subject to stabilization. Then look at the Rent Stabilization Code (posted on tenant.net) to see if the landlord has complied with the fine print for the exemption.
: I just moved into a non-stabilized apartment. While chatting with my downstairs neighbor, I found out that her unit IS rent-stabilized. Further, my building is listed in the database on this site as being a rent-stabilized building. Is my landlord trying to pull one on me? Or is it within his rights to have a "mixed" building like this? Should I be concerned?
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