Landlord Improperly Changed Heat and Hot Water Service

LVT Number: #30880

Rent-stabilized tenant complained of a reduction in services based on changes made to her apartment after a building fire. She claimed that: (a) landlord placed a heating system in front of her kitchen sink and cabinets, preventing the cabinets from fully opening and making it difficult to use the kitchen sink; (b) the kitchen floor was slanted; (c) the bathroom, bedrooms, and living room were decreased in size; (c) bedroom closets were removed; and (d) the tenant was now required to pay for heat and hot water, although not previously required to do so.

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Triple 5 Capital LLC: DHCR Adm. Rev. Docket No. HN210023RO (2/20/20) [3-pg. doc.]