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Supes Approve Corporate Apartment Rules

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Yesterday the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved legislation for a moratorium on the conversion of residential units for tourist or temporary uses. The rules were simplified to only apply to corporations who sign long-term apartment leases for their non-SF visiting employees to use as short-term (less than 30 days) housing, and only applies to buildings with four or more units. Supervisor Chiu, who sponsored the legislation, was very clear that his office is working on a separate tract for residents renting our their apartments as "shareable housing", talking to the folks at Airbnb and tenant rights groups, but that will be separate legislation in the future. [SF Gov/previously on Curbed SF/Photo: Shutterstock]]