Justice Department accuses N.Y. apartment developer of discrimination

08/14/2008 | NYTimes.com

One of the nation's largest apartment developers allegedly failed to provide sufficient access to people with disabilities, according to a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday. A $149 million, 361-unit Manhattan apartment complex lacks accessible common areas and hallways, and features bathrooms without proper reinforcements, the suit claims. A company official says the building meets all codes and laws.

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