The FHAA applies, just as it applies to sales and rentals of housing. Basically, when one entity exerts influence over how another uses their own home (rented or owned) within the law, then the FHAA is going to tend to apply. Unless somehow the condo is run by a church or on certain kinds of Native American property, military owned property, etc.
There are some cases on the front end of the site that involve condo associations. They're treated the same, more or less, as landlords.