Landlord conference that got pulled from Barclays Center after planned protests goes on at Manhattan hotel
About 300 property owners and managers gathered for the LandlordsNY symposium on Tuesday at the Roosevelt Hotel on E. 45th St. after the event, which was originally scheduled for Feb. 11, was pulled from the arena. Tenants groups protested outside of Tuesday's event, which featured developer Joseph Sitt as the keynote speaker.Comments (3)
. . . by far the most common way an apartment becomes market rate, according to data from the Rent Guidelines Board, is when it becomes vacant and the landlord is allowed vacancy- and improvement-related increases that bump the rent to or over the deregulation threshold of $2,500 a month.