Kushner Cos. has been hit with another lawsuit regarding Jared Kushner’s conduct as a landlord, this time accusing him of charging market-rate rents to tenants of an apartment building in Brooklyn that was supposed to be rent-stabilized.
The proposed class action, filed on Tuesday in Brooklyn Supreme Court on behalf of tenants living at 18 Sidney Place in Brooklyn Heights, which Brooklyn Law School formerly used for student housing, is the third suit filed in recent months regarding business practices at the Kushner family’s real estate holdings.
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