Tenant's Loft Was Actually Two IMD Units

LVT Number: #27432

Tenant appealed a decision of the NYC Loft Board, which found that the fourth-floor loft that tenant entirely occupied consisted of two separate apartment units, and that he was the tenant of record of only one of the two units. The court denied tenant’s Article 78 appeal. Tenant appealed further and lost. The Loft Board’s finding, that tenant waived the objections he now sought to assert to the division of the fourth floor into two units, was rationally based and not contrary to law.

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Grant v. New York City Loft Board: 2016 NY Slip Op 08952, 2016 WL 7470288 (App. Div. 1 Dept.; 12/29/16; Mazzarelli, JP, Sweeny, Richter, Manzanet-Daniels, Feinman, JJ)