Concrete Replacement Work Didn't Qualify as MCI

LVT Number: #29903

Landlord applied for MCI rent hikes based on the installation of new concrete yards at its building. The DRA ruled against landlord, who appealed and lost. To qualify as an MCI, concrete resurfacing must involve the complete removal of the previous surface and the resurfacing of the entire original area within the property lines of a premises. The building's tenants also must have access to the installation, and landlord must provide the square footage of the entire original area that was resurfaced in order to qualify.

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Scagnelli: DHCR Adm. Rev. Docket No. EV230006RO (12/14/18) [2-pg. doc.]