Rent-Controlled Apartment in Co-op Building Not Subject to Deregulation

LVT Number: #29803

In 2009, landlord applied for high-rent/high-income deregulation of tenant's rent-controlled apartment. The DRA ruled against landlord because the building was receiving J-51 tax benefits during the relevant time period. Landlord appealed and lost. Landlord, who owned tenant's apartment but not the building, argued that the building had been converted to cooperative ownership in 1988. Landlord also argued that it filed its application before the Court of Appeals October 2009 ruling in Roberts v.

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16th Street Holding LLC: DHCR Adm. Rev. Docket No. BS420030RO (10/4/18) [7-pg. doc.]