Apartment investment strategy raises furor

05/9/2008 | NYTimes.com

Private investment firms are basing expectations for growth of investments in New York City apartment buildings on higher-than-normal vacancy rates for rent-controlled apartments. The strategy has resulted in tenants and advocates complaining about what they see as a pattern of harassment of low-income tenants by building managers.

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