Published : Tuesday, 15 May 2012, 9:45 AM EDT
Brenda Flanagan, Staff Reporter, MY9TV.COM
MY9TV.COM – The fight over rent-stabilized apartments in New York City has gone all the way to the nation’s highest court.
Tenents who have spent most of their lives in these apartments say they can not afford to move out.
While landlords say they feel victimized.
Brenda Flanagan has more on the fight that seems to have no end.
Thomas Lake likes living with his grandmother in a rent-stabilized apartment on the Upper West Side. The river view from some apartments in his building takes your breath away. He tells us, “This is a really nice place. I grew up here. I was born here. So I plan to stay.” Continue reading