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New York Post
City Hall knew about, and offered $16M to undo, nursing home flipmillion for the Rivington House facility in February 2015. The deed on the prop
City Hall knew about, and offered $16M to undo, nursing home flip
New York Post / Posted 12 days ago
million for the Rivington House facility in February 2015. The deed on the property, a former public school and later an AIDS hospice, limited its use to a nonprofit residential health-care facility. The Allure Group, because it was a for-profit... Read more
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Black Press USA
Phill Wilson: Still Answering the Black AIDS Call at 60 Years-oldthe initiative’s defeat, Wilson and Brownlie worked with Michael Weinstein, Alb
Phill Wilson: Still Answering the Black AIDS Call at 60 Years-old
Black Press USA / Posted 18 days ago
the initiative’s defeat, Wilson and Brownlie worked with Michael Weinstein, Albert Ruiz, Mary Adair and others to found the AIDS Hospice Foundation—later to become the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, launching Wilson’s spectacular thirty-year national... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
San Diego City Council Puts Former AIDS Hospice On Markethouse in the Bankers Hill neighborhood was built in 1910. It has been owned by
San Diego City Council Puts Former AIDS Hospice On Market
KPBS San Diego / Posted 23 days ago
house in the Bankers Hill neighborhood was built in 1910. It has been owned by the city since 1960 and opened as an AIDS hospice in 1988. It was named after the local AIDS activist Dr. Brad Truax. The cost of fully restoring the house is... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
San Diego Council Could OK Selling City's First AIDS HospiceThe mayor could get permission on Tuesday to sell a house in Bankers Hill that
San Diego Council Could OK Selling City's First AIDS Hospice
KPBS San Diego / Posted 25 days ago
The mayor could get permission on Tuesday to sell a house in Bankers Hill that once served as San Diego’s first AIDS hospice. The City Council is being asked to authorize Mayor Kevin Faulconer to sell the Truax House and another house next door for... Read more
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New York Post
City issues stop-work order at AIDS hospice flipped for $72Ma sale contingent on getting the city to lift a deed restriction so the new own
City issues stop-work order at AIDS hospice flipped for $72M
New York Post / Posted 29 days ago
a sale contingent on getting the city to lift a deed restriction so the new owner could convert the building from an AIDS hospice to luxury apartments. Allure owes $6,151,149 in property taxes, according to the Department of Finance. One of... Read more
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New York Post
Shady firm profits $72M by flipping nursing home into condoa nursing home at 45 Rivington St. that Allure bought in February 2015 from Vil
Shady firm profits $72M by flipping nursing home into condo
New York Post / Posted 1 months ago
a nursing home at 45 Rivington St. that Allure bought in February 2015 from Village Care, which had operated it as an AIDS hospice. It paid $28 million, and Allure principal Joel Landau had assured the city in an e-mail, “I would also like to... Read more
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