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De Blasio’s $1.1M rental property still not registered

Thousands in rental income not disclosed on Park Slope townhouse

March 03, 2014 08:02AM

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442 11th Street and Mayor Bill de Blasio

Mayor Bill de Blasio has yet to register his two-unit rental property in Park Slope with the Department of Housing Preservation and Development.

The $1.1 million townhouse is located on 11th Street, just down the block from hizzoner’s primary residence. De Blasio acquired it for $612,500 about 10 years ago. He has failed to properly disclose tens of thousands of dollars in annual rental income for the property, as previously reported.

“We are looking into the matter,” a spokesperson in the mayor’s office told the New York Post.

Last week, the mayor decided not to move into Gracie Mansion until after the school year. Three months prior, he announced he and his family would make a temporary move to the five-bedroom estate overlooking the East River at East End Avenue and 88th Street. [NYP]Mark Maurer

  • no-permits

    if he hasn’t reported income for ten years, that’s hundreds of thousands.

  • Larry Sherman

    One and two family properties do not have to be registered with HPD.

    • no-permits

      as of a year or two ago they do as long as the owner or a family member do not occupy it.

    • disqus_biixlyodTL

      Elected officials are required to disclose all rental income.

  • no-permits

    i question deblasio’s ability to run this city, when it seems that he can’t even manage his personal matters.

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