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tenement landlord.

George Sternlieb

tenement landlord.

by George Sternlieb

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Published by Urban Studies Center, Rutgers, State University in New Brunswick, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Newark, N.J.
    • Subjects:
    • Tenement houses -- Newark, N.J.,
    • Slums -- Newark, N.J.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD7304.N6 S7
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 269 p.
      Number of Pages269
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5562975M
      LC Control Number67063498

        (a) demand and collect tenement rates from owners or occupiers of tenements and buildings after due notice of demand has been sent to them; (b) call upon any person liable to pay rate upon tenements to exhibit to it any accounts, receipts for rents, rent books or other documents required in connection with the valuation of a tenement;. Book summary. A quick synopsis of the book's story was provided in the book jacket: The sole tenant in a run-down tenement, Harry Lesser is struggling to finish a novel, but his solitary pursuit of the sublime grows complicated when Willie Spearmint, a black writer .

      Urban castles: tenement housing and landlord activism in New York City, /.   Blaustein’s is one of many views presented in a just-published book on the history of New York City landlords, Urban Castles: Tenement Housing and Landlord Activism in .

      Author of Residential abandonment, Demographic trends and economic reality, The affluent suburb: Princeton, Landlords and tenants, The ecology of welfare, Shopping Centers, The tenement landlord, Residential abandonment. The term tenement originally referred to tenancy and therefore to any rented accommodation. The New York State legislature defined it in the Tenement House Act of in terms of rental occupancy by multiple households, as Any house, building, or portion thereof, which is rented, leased, let, or hired out to be occupied or is occupied, as the home or residence of more than three families.


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Buy The Tenement Landlord by George Sternlieb online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 2 editions - starting at $ Shop Range: $ - $   Free Online Library: Urban Castles: Tenement Housing and Landlord Activism in New York City, (Review) by "Journal of Social History"; Sociology and social work Book reviews Books.

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book York City from the close of the nineteenth century through the World War II era. During this period, tenement landlords were responsible for designing and shaping America's urban landscapes, building housing for the city's ever-growing industrial.

The Growth of Tenement Districts in the Tenement Owner's City 2. Tenement Ownership and Ethnic Enterprise in New York City 3. Landlord Activism in the Early Twentieth Century 4. Rent Strikes and the Landlord's "Reign of Terror" 5. Shades of Activism During the Red Scare 6.

Landlords. the word “landlord” means the person for the time being entitled to receive (otherwise than as agent for another person) the rent paid in respect of a tenement by the tenant thereof and, where the context so admits, includes a person who has ceased to be so entitled by reason of the termination of his tenancy.

This is a memoir of a local who decided to purchase a tenement house in Federal Hill during the housing bubble and her experiences with being a landlord, the seedy history of Federal Hill, and the ups and downs of love in her 20’s and 30’s.

I really related to the author and apprecia/5(63). New immigrants to New York City in the late s faced grim, cramped living conditions in tenement housing that once dominated the Lower.

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Tenement landlord. New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press [] (OCoLC) The landlord is the person that is expected to pay the tenement rate to the local government council or the occupier. The term the occupier may also refer to the landlord where he is also the occupant of the building and has not let or leased same out or sadly, the tenant in occupation.

This current book is really a sequel to Sternlieb's study of slum housing in Newark, The Tenement Landlord. Its different focus reflects the changed nature of the problem over time. Inconcern was centered on the impact of slum ownership on the maintenance of housing.

The study concentrated on. Elgar decides finally to move out, and buys a tenement house in Park Slope, Brooklyn, a rough neighborhood seemingly on the verge of gentrification.

He plans to tear it down and build a new house for himself. decides to be a proper landlord and fix up the building for them and for him to live in. Elgar's transition into a liberal minded. George Sternlieb is the author of The Tenement Landlord ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 1 review, published ), Patterns of Development ( avg rating, /5(1).

As Jared Day notes in Urban Castles (), his history of tenement landlords in New York City, written leases did not become standard until the s, so we have few written records for what any tenement residents paid in rent before that decade. What’s more, records from the s are hard to come by, and we don’t have them for the later.

Jacob Riis' book How The Other Half Lives documented the lives of tenement house residents. Riis, a journalist, revealed that sometimes 12 adults would sleep in a space just 13 feet across, and that the infant mortality rate had risen to one in ten.

But the notoriously stingy tenement building landlords still fought hard against these. The Growth of Tenement Districts in the Tenement Owner's City 2.

Tenement Ownership and Ethnic Enterprise in New York City 3. Landlord Activism in the Early Twentieth Century 4.

Rent Strikes and the Landlord's "Reign of Terror" 5. Shades of Activism Durgaing the Red Scare 6. Landlords Price: $. George Sternlieb is the author of books such as Tenement Landlord. Books by George Sternlieb. Tenement Landlord. The Atlantic City Gamble. Patterns Of Development.

Newest listings by George Sternlieb. Patterns of Development Condition New Offered by Books Express Price $ The Tenement Landlord Condition Acceptable Offered by ThriftBooks.the amount claimed by the landlord from the tenant’s security deposit based on the damages the landlord has incurred because of the tenant’s failure to comply with the obligations imposed under the Landlord and Tenant Act.

Or it may 1 AS The Landlord is a American comedy-drama film directed by Hal Ashby, adapted by Bill Gunn from the novel by Kristin film stars Beau Bridges in the lead role of a privileged and ignorant white man who selfishly becomes landlord of an inner-city tenement, unaware that the people he is responsible for are low-income, streetwise residents.