Landlord Fined $12,800 for Short-Term Rentals in Class “A” Co-op Building

LVT Number: #26786

DOB issued three violation notices to landlord, all concerning claimed transient use of Class “A” apartments at the residential co-op building. Landlord objected to the violations, claiming that they were improperly served. The ALJ found that DOB attempted to make proper service to the building super, and then properly served the notices by “nail and mail.” DOB’s inspector testified that he got access to the building, and spoke with occupants of Apts. 5A and 5D, who told him they had rented the units for less than 30 days.

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108-114 Wooster St. Corp.: ECB App. No. 1501184 (1/28/16) [4-pg. doc.]