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Crown Heights Residents, Pols, and Housing Advocates Call on Landlord to End Displacement

“My stove was not working for many months,” said Donna Mossman, tenant leader and resident of one of the rent-regulated buildings that BCB Property Management has recently purchased in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. “Three times BCB brought me a new stove, and three times I had to call the fire department because of carbon monoxide leaks.  I finally gave up and bought my own stove.”  Faced with this type of harassment or enticed by cash offers, many other low-income residents, however, have been giving up and moving out.

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"Faile Street: The Human Cost of Foreclosure"

Watch a film by John Light and Elaisha Stokes that looks at the human cost of apartment foreclosure in New York City. Watch how UHAB is helping these lower-income renters who are struggling to keep their homes liveable and their families safe.