In his decision, DHCR's deputy commissioner Woody Pascal asserted that the state has a right to consider privacy when it comes to allowing changes in building services.
Knickerbocker Village is believed to be one of the few affordable housing complexes in New York City to have facial recognition as the sole means of access.
No one knows just how many apartments were deregulated under the now-repealed high-rent vacancy decontrol law, and challenging an illegal deregulation 'can be very, very difficult.'
A combination of lax state oversight and rent law loopholes mean landlords could have a field day.
Hey, what's several hundred million dollars in tax money good for anyway?
"I'm not going to tell you that there are none, but..."
The state has identified another 500 that are being illicitly kept out of regulation.
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