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Tenants demand judge set rents at tax-abated Manhattan building

Last June, the state’s highest court ruled that apartments in a Lower Manhattan building had been wrongly removed from rent regulation. Seven months later, some tenants say they still don’t have rent-stabilized leases. But they do have a lawyer. And now they are asking the court to ensure the landlord at 90 West Street reinstates the proper rents. The 400-plus-unit property, which is owned by entities tied to Izaki Group and the Kibel Company, was

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