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In this listing:
it says: "This is one of very few condo buildings in New York where short term guests are allowed." Now I assume that the "short-term guest" the listing refers to does not mean your brother who's visiting NYC for a week & crashing on your couch. I would think even the strictest, snootiest co-ops would allow that. Or don't they? So what exactly does "short-term guest" mean? Short-term sublet?
I think this is a typo or misleading advertising as this usually isn't a problem at all in condos.
I think short-term guest is "code" for hoteling.
How much for this tiny place???
Code word for sucker
Jim123, thanks. Wow, I'm surprised any condo in the city would allow hoteling. Then again, if you can afford a $1.65m condo, I'm surprised you would open up your home to any random hotel "guest." You can do a background check on a short-term sublet, but not on the guy who's renting your place for the weekend.
HI; Short term guest would mean that random 'guest' who would like to rent just for a short while.