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A reader writes in with a question that we're throwing out to any rent control experts in the audience: "I have been living as a rent controlled tenant in a 100 unit building on the Upper West Side building that went condo in a non-eviction plan last year. Apartments sold for $2M plus and insider prices were laughable. Added amenities with the condo conversion include a gym and children's playroom. There has been discussion that the rental tenants will not be given access to the gym. Note that the condo owners do NOT pay any additional fees for gym access. Is this legal?" [CurbedWire Inbox]