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'It’s like you were given this thing that’s so great, you should just accept whatever’s coming to you.'
One rent-stabilized tenant says her rent was increased from $762 a month to $1,883 a month even though no comparable renovation work was done.
"The Senate was demanding something that would harm low income people of color in exchange for something that will help them," one advocate charged.
The state has identified another 500 that are being illicitly kept out of regulation.
"The tenants, united, will never be defeated!"
"The issue is people's ability to stay in the city."
On the Upper West Side, 535 West End Avenue got $3.3 million for 10 years to build 31 apartments, and just six of them are "affordable."
Tax breaks for billionaires, paid for by you.
But the developers are just "licking their chops."
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