An Airbnb host at a Miami City Commission meeting. Denver-based Aimco claims there have been “dozens, if not hundreds” of subleases at its properties in Miami and Miami Beach through Airbnb, a practice that the leases ban and that Aimco believes Airbnb has the power to eliminate — but hasn’t.
An Airbnb host at a Miami City Commission meeting. Denver-based Aimco claims there have been “dozens, if not hundreds” of subleases at its properties in Miami and Miami Beach through Airbnb, a practice that the leases ban and that Aimco believes Airbnb has the power to eliminate — but hasn’t. C.M. Guerrero cguerrero@miamiherald.com
An Airbnb host at a Miami City Commission meeting. Denver-based Aimco claims there have been “dozens, if not hundreds” of subleases at its properties in Miami and Miami Beach through Airbnb, a practice that the leases ban and that Aimco believes Airbnb has the power to eliminate — but hasn’t. C.M. Guerrero cguerrero@miamiherald.com

Airbnb tried to get a Miami lawsuit against a major landlord thrown out. A judge said no.

July 13, 2018 02:40 PM