Landlord Can Alter Building Lobby and Eliminate Common Room

LVT Number: #24787

Landlord asked the DHCR for permission to alter the building's lobby to create a dedicated entryway and lobby solely for residential tenants, and to eliminate the common room in the existing lobby. The present lobby serviced both residential and hotel portions of the building. The DRA ruled for landlord. Tenants appealed, claiming that the substituted service was inadequate. The DHCR ruled against tenants.

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