Dec. 8, 2014 Staff Report
The landlord who owns one Long Island City building has fenced off the terraces occupied by low-rent tenants, according to a New York Post story.
The building known as Q41, located at 23-10 41st Avenue, has 117 units, with all but eight units deemed affordable and priced for middle-income earners.
Eight of the tenants with affordable units no longer have access to their large terrace space, according the Post. The large terraces for these tenants have been fenced off.
Market rate units with similar terraces have no wire barricade.
To read the complete story, please click here to the NY Post.