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Re: Stabilized AND Non-Stabilized Apts. in same building???

Posted by Clive on April 29, 1999 at 21:42:58:

In Reply to: Stabilized AND Non-Stabilized Apts. in same building??? posted by Stacey on March 30, 1999 at 15:58:21:

: Hi,
: I just moved into a non-stabilized apartment in the West Village. 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?
: -Stacey

Not necessarily. For example, if the building was once covered by the 421a program and the benefits expired, all new rentals would be deregulated.

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