Capital Towers is a pair 12-story building housing about 300 people whosay they are having difficulty getting along with management. Monday wasscheduled to be an open-house at the community, during which managementhad hoped to lure new residents.
Capital Towers resident Barbara Gobel says improvements are badlyneeded.
Craig Bromby is an attorney for the residents. He says conditions havedeteriorated.
Resident Eleanor Cerovsky says she enjoys living in Capital Towersdespite a recent rent increase.
Building management declined to comment on the protest. Rent increaseshave amounted to over 25 percent over the past year, in some cases.Renovations have recently been completed, but residents say they have lostmuch of their living space and common areas.
Monday's demonstration was the second. Residents also protestedSaturday. Residents and their attorney are hoping that
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