From The Real Deal:
The Brodsky Organization appears to be tired of being held accountable for the sins of its tenants.
The landlord filed an Article 78 case against the city and its enforcement of the short-term rental law, Crain’s reported. The suit classification calls on a state court to review a city law.
Brodsky’s lawsuit stems from the actions of a tenant who was illegally using his Lincoln Square apartment as an Airbnb. The tenant at 75 West End Avenue violated the law that prevents apartments from being rented for fewer than 30 days at a time.
In the lawsuit, Brodsky claimed it did all it could to stop the tenant’s actions, but is still bearing the brunt of the damage.
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