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Re: Exemption from stabilization because of improvements

Posted by Steve Meyer on August 25, 1997 at 16:06:38:

In Reply to: Re: Exemption from stabilization because of improvements posted by TenantNet on August 24, 1997 at 13:59:22:

: How did it lose its status? Tax abatement expiration, high income?

The section of the regulations is 2520.11(e), which seems to apply to
buildings that are in such poor shape that renovation creates more units.
My building has been renovated, but I think that was in 1988. I don't know
what the building's condition was before renovations.
I live in the Greenpoint section of Brooklyn, and I have been in this apartment
for 2 years. I pay $730 for a 1 bedroom, which is no bargain in this neighborhood.
My lease ends 9/31. I was never sent a renewal. The management called 2 weeks
ago, asking $800. I've been trying to figure this out, since then.

: I would see a tenant lawyer ASAP -- one who knows DHCR and deregulation
: issues.

Thanks, I will.

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