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How one NYC neighborhood is trying to expose Airbnb landlords


Skift Take

The Times story highlights the tension between old tenant and new, but illegal rentals on sites like Airbnb cross all demographic divides.

— Jason Clampet

IN her apartment in Stuyvesant Town the other day, Janey Donnelly was on a hunt for a hotel room. At the Web site airbnb.com, she narrowed her search to the East Village, and scrolled down until a thumbnail photograph caught her eye.

“Warm and spacious E.Vil 1 BR,” the listing offered. “$200/nt.”


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