Work Didn't Amount to Substantial Rehab of Building

Work Didn't Amount to Substantial Rehab of Building



LVT Number: #29801

Landlord asked the DHCR for a ruling in 2002 on a building's status, and claimed that the building was deregulated based on substantial rehabilitation completed between 1989 and 1991. The DHCR ruled against landlord, finding that the work didn't amount to a substantial rehabilitation and that the building remained rent stabilized.

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Smolarczyk v. Towns: 166 A.D.3d 786, 2018 NY Slip Op 07736 (App. Div. 2 Dept.; 11/14/18; Mastro, JP, Sgroi, Maltest, Nelson, JJ)