Poor doors

Despite the fact that the accusations of classism were thin at best, the Post reports that a Queen couple's fenced-in nightmare is over.
"I can’t imagine them saying [to market-rate tenants], 'You get this beautiful view of Manhattan behind a giant metal fence,'" said resident Erik Clancy.
Another opulent Manhattan skyscraper has a special, crappier door reserved specifically for affordable housing residents, because it's important to protect the wealthy from the sight of those wearing less expensive pants.
Are "poor doors" an acceptable compromise for affordable housing?
Don't rich people deserve a public park penthouse or a separate entrance to their apartment for all their trouble?
Two city councilmembers are drafting a bill that would prevent developers from making gyms and other amenities for market-rate tenants only.
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