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You do! It is your home in a residential building or a community, so you decide if you will allow stranger with no back ground check in your elevators and in your pool. If people on vacation should be allowed to disturb your day to day life with your family. It is entirely up to you, your Board of Directors and your Condo Docs. And NOT up to Airbnb or any other business.
The short answer is: Absolutely NOT. Airbnb's automated answer is that they are merely a marked place and do not get into disputed between hosts and buildings. Very convenient for them and frustrating for you. Unless you hire a lawyer and have the time for endless hours of arguing, there is nothing Airbnb will do to protect you.
Your buildings rules are untouchable. So, since you do not get support from the city or from Airbnb, you should enforce your rules sternly. Make sure that your residents abide and respect that Airbnb is NOT welcome, when it is not.
The hardest and most time consuming part, is staying informed. That's where STR Monitor™ can help. Only if you are informed, you can act.
It is important that nobody can hide behind the good old "oh, I didn't know"-excuse. inform and display that vacation rentals are not allowed in your building. Then fine the residents that still do not respect the rules.