City Councilwomen Margaret Chin and Rosie Mendez said it was one of the biggest in their districts.
The state filed a subpoena as part of an investigation of Marolda Properties, which owns 70 buildings.
Following a legal battle, residents of 289 Grand St. returned to their apartments this spring.
About $200,000 in funds will help small businesses south of Canal Street following the storm.
Three abandoned buildings are being eyed by local organizations for renovations.
Former residents of 128 Hester St., which was demolished in 2009, are still awaiting compensation.
A group of 75 tenants are suing their landlord for allegedly creating dangerous conditions that led to the April 2010 blaze at 283 and 285 Grand St.
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