Like it or not, "private property" offered for use to others, renting apartments or rooms, renting retail or offices, or even to restaurant customers, fall into "public" uses. This is true, even if it goes against one's political philosophy.
I suppose it depends on one's perspective. The quad fellow I mentioned before, went all out to get public places accessible. He loved sports, and wanted to go to stadiums with ease. He wasn't angry or disagreeable about it. Just felt it should be done.
It comes down to strict libertarian philosophy on the one hand, and living in the world as it actually is, on the other hand.
In my business I have to give way to my clients' wishes and positions. If a buyer takes a hard line requesting many safety repairs, I need to try to get that for them.
If a seller of mine draws the line, and will do few or no repairs, I need to support that position as well.
Rarely do any of them even want to get into the political philosophy like we do here.