Rent-stabilized Tenants in Harlem Say Their Landlord Favors Condo Owners While They Suffer Without Heat

Tenants at a pair of apartment buildings in Harlem are speaking out against what they say is discrimination when it comes to heating.  Residents at 1845 and 1851 Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard near West 113th Street plan to hold a press conference Sunday to address disparities in heating conditions.      Read the article………..


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