Space that can be defined can be turned into a condominium. If a cube of air and water can be turned into a dockominium, the air space of a horse stall can as well.
Horse stall condominiums were proposed as early as 1988 by the Los Angeles Equestrian Center in Griffith Park. With 1,100 horse stalls, the plan was for people to buy stalls for $30,000 and then pay a $205 monthly maintenance fee.
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