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Report: Airbnb will continue to affect rental market without new city law

The study, funded by the hotel union-backed coalition Share Better, says absent the new city regulations that were recently shot down by a federal judge, 1,800 additional apartments will be taken off New York's long-term housing market due to the home-sharing giant's presence in the city. That adds to the 9,000 housing units the report says have already become unavailable since the company began operating in New York.  

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