1990

Court Invalidates Part Of Resident-Hotel Law

In a blow to the city’s affordable housing stock, an appellate court rules in favor of residential hotels owners by removing the requirement for owners to pay the city when residential units are taken offline.

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[Picture] Tenderloin Housing Clinic Attorney Randall Shaw: The court was “striking down a position on replacement housing that we believe is untenable — we believed the city was wrong but they went hell-speed into this ridiculous position.”

Categories

Illegal Conversions

Publication

The Recorder