General Information Session: NYC's Loft Law

General Information Session: NYC's Loft Law
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Join us on April 28th to learn more about the Loft Law and how to register or apply for coverage of your space from Helaine Balsam, Executive Director of the New York City Loft Board.

In 1982, the New York State Legislature enacted the New York City Loft Law and established the New York City Loft Board to regulate the conversion of certain buildings and units in the City, known as “interim multiple dwellings,” from commercial/manufacturing use to legal residential use. Under the law, covered residential tenants are allowed to remain in their spaces while the owner legalizes the building or unit(s).

In 2015, the New York State Legislature amended the Loft Law and established a filing deadline of June 15, 2017 for owner registrations and tenant coverage applications. If you think you are entitled to Loft Law coverage, you must file with the Loft Board on or prior to June 15, 2017. For more information, please visit www.nyc.gov/loftboard.


What
General Information Session regarding the Loft Law with Helaine Balsam, Executive Director of the New York City Loft Board

When
Friday, April 28, 4:30-5:30PM

Where
Department of Cultural Affairs
31 Chambers Street, Second Floor, Room 201
New York, NY 10007

Nearest Accessible Subway Station:
Fulton Street
Elevator on the northeast and southwest corners of Dey Street and Broadway

Access & Inclusion:
31 Chambers Street has an accessible entrance on Reade Street, between Elk and Centre Streets and accessible restrooms.

We encourage all persons with disabilities – residents, artists, members of the cultural community – to attend. To request additional information regarding accessibility or accommodations at the event, please contact Sara Cobb by April 14, 2017 at: disabilityfacilitator@culture.nyc.gov / (212) 513-9376.

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