575 10 Street,
Brooklyn, NY 11215

3 Units

Built in 1882

3 Floors

Rent Stabilized Units: Unknown
Evictions: 0
Litigation History: No
1 Year Bedbug History: No
Pet Friendly: Unknown
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In the past three years, this building had:
14 complaints
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Open Violations
A violation is issued to a building when a city inspector from NYC's Department of Housing Preservation and Development validates and confirms a complaint made to 311. The violations listed below are open violations that have yet to be addressed or have not been confirmed as resolved by the city.
Duration in the past 10 years.
Data last updated 16 days ago.
BUILDING AVERAGE:
2 violation per unit
NEW YORK CITY AVERAGE:
0.81 violation per unit
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Non-hazardous
4
class A
i.e. no peephole on a door, or no street # on the building, unlawful keeping of animals
MOST RECENT:
Apr 03, 2024: (a) § hmc:file annual bedbug report in accordance with hpd rule as described on the back of this notice of violation or as described on hpds website, www.nyc.gov\hpd, search bed bugs.
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Hazardous
1
class B
i.e. smoke detector issues, inadequate lighting, no lighting for stairways
MOST RECENT:
Apr 13, 2022: section 27-2021 adm code provide sufficient, proper and separate metal receptacles for the deposit of garbage, rubbish and other waste material and arrange for collection and disposal of such material.
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Immediately hazardous
0
class C
i.e. rodents, pest, mold, inadequate heat or hot water, defective building parts
MOST RECENT:
No violation found...
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Missing information/filings
1
class I
Missing or non-compliant with administrative information orders or filings
MOST RECENT:
Nov 20, 2023: §27-2107 adm code owner failed to file a valid registration statement with the department as required by adm code §27-2097 and is therefore subject to civil penalties, prohibited from certifying violations, and denied the right to recover possession of premises for nonpayment of rent until a valid registration statement is filed.
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Property Owners and Associates
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Margaret Laurens
2(3)
Owner
Agent
1 Property3 Units
Litigation History: No
Evictions: 0
B
Bert Marro
2(3)
Site Manager
1 Property3 Units
Litigation History: No
Evictions: 0
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-- of renters received their security deposits back
It HAS NOT been reported if this building accepts electronic rent payments.

Reviews (3)

Over 2 years ago
Worst landlord, do not rent
Former Tenant
Pros:
- Fun block with good neighbors - Close to subway + Prospect Park - Lots of space
Cons:
- Unresponsive landlord; refused to fix broken things in apartment for nearly a year - Arbitrary building rules implemented whenever landlord felt like it - Landlord repeatedly lied about status of things in building - Saw mice every few months, landlord refused to do anything about it or even acknowledge it was a problem - Landlord regularly reprimands tenants for no reason
Advice to owner:
- Learn to communicate like a normal person. - Stop treating tenants like subhumans. - Address problems in the building ASAP.
Over 2 years ago
Truly terrible owner/landlord—avoid at all costs
Former Tenant
Pros:
This is a great neighborhood and extremely kid-friendly as it's close to the park, playgrounds, etc. The other people who live on the block are very nice and this apartment is close to the subway and other life necessities.
Cons:
The landlord/owner of this building is an absolutely horrible person. She is also 100% doing something illegal here, insisting on interviewing prospective tenants after they've submitted applications and choosing whichever one she prefers during the interview process even though rentals in New York are legally supposed to go to the first qualified applicant. She treats tenants like second-class citizens and paid/skilled labor even worse. She insists that the only way to communicate with her is to leave written notes in her mailbox and then she will either ignore the note and never respond or read it, put it back in the mailbox and surround it with junk mail so it looks like she hasn't read it yet. Her "house rules" are extreme and asinine—for example, she is the ONLY ONE allowed to open the double front doors—and she expects tenants to handle general building upkeep like trash and snow removal without supplying the proper equipment to do so. She's cruel, incompetent and negligent, and should not be allowed to have tenants.
Advice to owner:
Stop being a landlord. You are bad at it. You treat your tenants like garbage for no reason other than your insane whims and create a hostile living environment on an otherwise wonderful block.
Over 2 years ago
Great block, horrible landlord
Former Tenant
Pros:
Great block, lovely neighborhood and neighbors, decent space for the price
Cons:
Old building that's not as well-maintained as the landlord/owner believes it is; landlord/owner occupies first floor but does not respond to tenant questions or requests, even when they're for issues that are legally required or for goodwill (landlord ignores tenants completely unless absolutely necessary or she needs something from tenant); tenants required to handle all garbage/recycling and snow removal; sound travels between floors and doors to common spaces; faulty heating and radiators that leak and only turn on when freezing conditions are met
Advice to owner:
Stop ignoring your tenants, treat them like human beings who pay rent to live in a home that's well-maintained by the person they're paying to do so. Stop inventing arbitrary rules and gaslighting tenants. Invest in the upkeep of your building, and not just when something breaks. Act quickly when there's an issue and don't rely on a single workman to fix every issue in the building when someone else might be there faster and/or be more skilled. Pay for a property manager to clean common spaces and handle trash/snow removal.
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