Brooklyn landlord Ting had hoped to replace the roof of his prewar brick Brownsville apartment building this year. Instead, he’s using the money saved for that renovation to stay afloat after three of his four tenants didn’t pay rent in May. But Ting, a contractor who is himself out of work, says he’s more frustrated with the government than with his tenants.

Brooklyn landlord Ting had hoped to replace the roof of his prewar brick Brownsville apartment building this year. Instead, he’s using the money saved for that renovation to stay afloat after three of his four tenants didn’t pay rent in May. But Ting, a contractor who is himself out […]

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