Landlord Must Post Access Information for Building's Handicap Lift

LVT Number: #30256

Tenants complained of a reduction in building-wide services. The DRA ruled for tenants and reduced their rents. One of the conditions found was lack of access to the building's handicap lift. The DRA later granted landlord's application to restore rents. Tenants appealed and won. Tenants argued that the portion of the rent restoration order finding that the handicap lift was maintained should be modified. The fact that the lift was functional when the inspector requested the key from the building super and tried it out didn't make the lift accessible.

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706 Riverside Drive Tenants' Association: DHCR Adm. Rev. Docket No. GS430018RT (5/28/19) [3-pg. doc.]