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    Re: London Terrace Street Fair 2013

    thanks for posting that

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    • #3
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      Saint Eleftherios Greek Orthodox Church on 24th between 8th/9th tries to have their Flea market the same day as the London terrace fair. Not this year though. i talked to one of the parishioners who said it will be occurring on Sept 21st.


      In other London Terrace News,this was just published in the New York Post

      Everybody out of the pool!
      Co-op owners at Chelsea’s posh London Terrace complex want to exclude renters from its indoor, Olympic-sized swimming pool unless their management company coughs up $750,000 a year for splashing rights, sources told The Post.
      But the well-heeled renters — who pay between $4,000 and $18,000 a month for their apartments — say they shouldn’t be charged extra to swim alongside the homeowners, as all residents have done since 1930.
      “It’s all the same building,” said Guy Furrow, who has rented at London Terrace Gardens for 19 years. “That was part of how they sell the apartments — the pool was a big plus.”...full story


      this story has been going on for years, here's more...



      London Terrace: Swim Free or Die

      The Great London Terrace Rent Strike began in the Fall of 1992 over the swimming pool...


      The London Terrace Towers condominium owners had long sought to renegotiate use of the Olympic-size swimming pool by the London Terrace Garden renters. Kreisel Corporation manages the four Tower buildings and had just completed an expensive renovation of the largest swimming pool in the city. Built in 1931, the pool features six lanes, locker rooms, a balcony, and art deco fixtures. Clarendon Management oversees the rental properties in London Terrace Gardens, the ten interior buildings on 23rd and 24th street. Clarendon had paid a meager $5,500 a year to the Towers for use of the pool for thirty years. Swimmers by the hundreds including myself came from the Gardens. Our site manager, Andrew Hoffman offered $50,000 to keep us in backstrokes but the Towers were looking for more like $150,000. We were barred entry from the pool, a place of sanctuary from the rigors of Manhattan life.


      The London Terrace Tenant's Association called an emergency meeting...
      full story

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        Re: London Terrace Street Fair 2013

        the greek church flyer if up in building 7B laundry room in penn south. i happen to enjoy this simple fair as the food is homemade greek food and worth the walk over. i am sure one of their members put the sign up

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        • #5
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          Co-op owners at Chelsea’s posh London Terrace complex want to exclude renters from its indoor, Olympic-sized swimming pool unless their management company coughs up $750,000 a year
          The new definition for "soaked" in Manhattan housing?

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