Office for Rent in

Office for Rent in
Office for Rent in
Office for Rent in the West Village, told us over the phone that the landlord had said that it was «absolutely not fair» that her unit didn’t have a bathroom. She was also outraged about the building’s proximity to the sidewalk and in her head how the owner had treated her.

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What should I do? The answer might be to just stay out. (Or have the other units stay, and get rid of my old apartment!) This is a real problem with the West Village, and I find myself wondering why landlords refuse to let you live in buildings with such high density. It makes lots of sense to include less dense units and apartments, and, as many people don’t know (a great post by the West Village Community Housing Alliance, which I wrote about recently; you should check it out, too), it makes the West Village much better for everyone. I’m not advocating that we move somewhere that means more than two blocks from a single-family home, but you’ll still live more than a block and a half from the neighbors’ units if you do that.

You can’t move there without some sort of extra subsidy, and I know some of the tenants I work with in housing are very unhappy with this idea.

Of course, the new zoning would be the very first step of new residential use in the country. It puts new construction right next to existing ones; for example, in the Bay Area, more than

Office for Rent in

Office for Rent in
Office for Rent in
Office for Rent in the West Village, told us over the phone that the landlord had said that it was «absolutely not fair» that her unit didn’t have a bathroom. She was also outraged about the building’s proximity to the sidewalk and in her head how the owner had treated her.

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What should I do? The answer might be to just stay out. (Or have the other units stay, and get rid of my old apartment!) This is a real problem with the West Village, and I find myself wondering why landlords refuse to let you live in buildings with such high density. It makes lots of sense to include less dense units and apartments, and, as many people don’t know (a great post by the West Village Community Housing Alliance, which I wrote about recently; you should check it out, too), it makes the West Village much better for everyone. I’m not advocating that we move somewhere that means more than two blocks from a single-family home, but you’ll still live more than a block and a half from the neighbors’ units if you do that.

You can’t move there without some sort of extra subsidy, and I know some of the tenants I work with in housing are very unhappy with this idea.

Of course, the new zoning would be the very first step of new residential use in the country. It puts new construction right next to existing ones; for example, in the Bay Area, more than

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