From the Daily News:
Now they can't hide.
Not Alan Fein, whose Bronx tenants live with urine-soaked hallways, crackhead squatters and filth so severe that one tenant was attacked by a rat in her toilet.
Not Chris Grijalva, whose roach-infested Brooklyn building sports a giant pile of garbage on the front lawn.
And not any of the 153 landlords whose buildings are so disgusting - or so unsafe - they've earned a place of shame on a new slumlord watch list from city Public Advocate Bill de Blasio. The site launches Monday.
"We want these landlords to feel like they're being watched," de Blasio said. "We need to shine a light on these folks to shame them into action."
De Blasio's new website - www.pubadvocate.nyc.gov/landlord-watchlist - will let tenants look up a building owner to see if he or she is on the list. They can plug in an address, type in a street or sort to see the worst slumlords in the city. They can also sort by borough or see a map of slumlord buildings in their neighborhood.
5 in our fair borough made the list.