Intercom Directory Out of Date

LVT Number: #24596

Tenants complained of a reduction in building-wide services based on various conditions. The DRA ruled for tenants and reduced their rents based on an outdated intercom directory and damaged flagstone path to the building entry courtyard that were confirmed by DHCR inspection. Landlord appealed and lost. Although landlord claimed that the conditions had been repaired, the DHCR inspection showed that the flagstones were cracked and uneven. And the intercom directory listed names of tenants who weren't the current tenants.

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