Written by Frank Lovece on October 26, 2012
On March 19, 2007, Bianca Razzano had an admissions interview with April Anderson, co-president of the co-op board of Woodstock Tower at 320 East 42nd Street in Manhattan's Murray Hill neighborhood. The prospective buyer of one-bedroom apartment #2009 in the 459-unit, 32-story building said on e they discussed was the no-sublet policy. Razzano said she explained there was a possibility she might need to sublet her apartment due to temporary relocation for work, and Anderson, she claims, told her the policy was flexible if someone had a financial hardship due to unemployment, ill health or a work need outside New York City.
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