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The Landlord

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Eastchester »

Robert Grant shot shot his tenant, breaking the man's ribs and bruising a lung, police said.

Longwood »

Over a month after the fire, the building on E. 163rd St. still has 225 open violations, the city says.

Bed-Stuy »

The landlord told the six-year-old farm it needs to leave the lot by the end of August.

Bushwick »

Volunteer rescuers have been trying to trap dozens of cats as a building gets demolished.

Williamsburg »

The borough president opposes the Rabsky Group's plan for the 1,146 unit apartment complex.

Williamsburg »

A landlord faces fines for a mural painted by Shepard Fairey.

Williamsburg »

The landlord wants to break Videology's lease and evict it, according to a lawsuit.

Greenpoint »

A Polish deli beloved by neighbors for its perogies and goulash may be kicked out in August.

Williamsburg »

"There's the tenant story and the landlord story," said Jason Silverstein of Silvershore Properties.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Notorious Brooklyn landlords Joel and Amrom Israel forked over $350,000 as part of a plea deal.

Greenpoint »

Tenants of  Silvershore Properties  say they're living without basic services.

Upper West Side »

Open Sunday night, the Mediterranean restaurant abruptly closed its doors for good the next morning.

Upper West Side »

Helen Rosenthal drafted legislation to create an Office of the Tenant Advocate in the Buildings Dept.

Greenpoint »

Joseph Stepinksi, his family and neighbors suffered years of harassment from ex-officer Gene Barrett.

Greenpoint »

Joseph Stepinksi donated his kidneys, skin, bones, bone marrow, eyes and liver, his family said.