Attack of the party monsters?

From Curbed.com blog

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Renters: They fill empty apartments, give struggling condominiums a little life and float developers some desperately needed cash. What’s not to like?

Plenty, according to this New York Times weekend story on the growing trend of new developments renting out units until, in theory, the market rebounds and they can be sold. Condo projects with lots of rentals have always carried a certain stigma, because buyers fear renters will treat the building like their own personal playground and not a precious investment. And at Greenpoint’s 285 Driggs Avenue (aka Loftology), those fears have become reality, according to one buyer: