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tenant harassment

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Sunnyside »

The NYC Commission on Human Rights is investigating reports of tenant harassment at the building.

Sunnyside »

Tenants say Neal Milano has been threatening residents in their Sunnyside building. 

Civic Center »

City Council voted to pass 18 bills Wednesday that better protect tenants from abusive landlords.

Bushwick »

Graham Jones of GRJ LLC said they'd put a chair lift in the building during elevator repairs.

Bushwick »

Bushwick super, Peter Minic, has used sexual harassment and threats to intimidate tenants, lawsuits say.

Bushwick »

Disabled residents say they'll have no way out of their homes if the only elevator shuts down.

Bushwick »

Joel and Amrom Israel admitted they hired vandals to intimidate tenants with pitbulls and sledgehammers.

Belmont »

A package of legislation introduced Monday would target predatory equity.

Bushwick »

Residents of 36 Linden St. are calling on their landlord Icon Realty to fix their building's gas.

Lower East Side »

The elderly tenants of 211 Madison St. have been without gas for four months.

East Harlem »

East Harlem's Rezoning Committee unveiled their plans to preserve affordable housing Tuesday night.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Mark Tress's building, the historic Windermere, at 400 W. 57th St. has been empty since 2009.

East Village »

The state confirmed Monday that it launched a probe into landlord Rafael Toledano.

Williamsburg »

Rents for new developments rise in Greenpoint and Williamsburg, but not for older units, brokers say.

Bed-Stuy »

Business tenants facing harassment could be awarded a month's rent or $1,000, along with other fees.