Records Show Big Earners Occupying Rent-Regulated Apartments

Recently, the Citizens Budget Committee and DNAinfo looked at the census numbers and state records and found that in 2010, 22,642 of the city’s 970,000 rent-stabilized apartments (approximately 2.3 percent) were occupied by households making more than $199,000. Of those, 2,300 apartments were occupied by people making more than $500,000.

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