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Segment 3 (Condominiums) #505061

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 08, 1979
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(Studio) Condominiums defined.

(Chicago, Illinois) Chicago noted having most condominium units in US; details given with regard to reasons [Appraiser Eugene STUNARD - discusses profitability.] Largest apt.-to-condo conversion, Sandburg Village, featured. [Developer Harold MILLER - comments.]
REPORTER: Fred Briggs

(Miami Beach, Florida) Ruth and Abe Dash cited as example of couple losing home due to condo-conversion; details given. [Ruth and Abe DASH - comment.] [Realty broker George KATZMAN - comments.]
REPORTER: Ike Seamans

(DC) 90-day moratorium in Washington, DC on condo-conversions noted; details given Effect of conversions on poor and elderly outlined. [Mayor Marion South BARRY, Junior - notes hsing. demand in DC.] Position of condo developers given. [Realtors Bd. Mike BRENNEMAN - comments.]
REPORTER: Bob Jamieson

Briggs, Fred;
Jamieson, Bob;
Seamans, Ike

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