From the Daily News:
Longtime tenants at Flatbush Gardens say their landlord wants them out - and has ignored their complaints about leaky roofs, faulty wiring and broken appliances.
Clipper Equity - which has owned the sprawling 59-building complex since 2005 - isn't making the repairs because it wants long-term residents to move out so newcomers will move in and pay higher rents, tenants say.
"You call, but they never come to fix anything," complained one woman who's lived in the huge rent-stabilized East Flatbush complex for 25 years. "But when someone moves out, they renovate everything."
Like many residents at the complex where 10,000 live, the woman declined to give her name, because she fears harassment from Clipper, which paid $140 million to acquire the development.
And in other rent regulation news, the residents of Stuyvesant Town are looking to buy their complex.