Mom sued for being a bad landlord, Billionaire's Row land lease drama, & more

By Emily Myers | June 30, 2022 - 10:30AM

Emily Myers for Brick Underground 

Shareholders at 100 West 57th St. on Billionaire's Row sue their co-op board for agreeing to a $270 million deal to buy the land under the building (New York Post)

A 62-year-old New Yorker sues his 84-year-old mother for being a negligent owner (Crain's via New York Post)

The rezoning of Gowanus moves forward after a state judge dismissed challenges from local opponents (The Real Deal)

A judge removes the owner of 567 St. John’s Place from managing a eight-unit building that has hundreds of safety violations (Brownstoner)

Neighbors of a Crown Heights tenant, facing eviction by landlord Kenneth Rosenblum, rally in support as a judge hears the case (press release)

Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation gets a new president and CEO—Blondel Pinnock is the first woman in the role (BK Reader)


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