Nearly $10 Million Recouped from Owners Who Violated Tax Programs

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman recently announced the initial financing for nearly 600 new low-income apartments across the city, paid for by $10 million in settlements with property owners who violated the law. The new homes will serve formerly homeless New Yorkers, low-income families, veterans, seniors, and people with mental health and substance abuse challenges.

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