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NY developer settles suit over accessibility of its homes

Glenwood agrees to make alterations at three complexes in Manhattan
Monday, February 15, 2016 - 05:50

Mr Bharara aims to "ensure that the promise of the Fair Housing Act - that newly built residential buildings are accessible to people with disabilities - is being fulfilled in New York City".

New York

GLENWOOD Management, a politically influential developer of luxury apartment buildings in Manhattan that figured in two recent corruption trials, has agreed to settle a civil rights lawsuit which claimed that three of its residential complexes violated the Fair Housing Act's

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