NEW YORK CITY—The developer has reached a settlement with the federal government after claims were made that handicapped accessibility requirements were not being met at several existing projects as well as Hudson Yards.
By Rayna Katz|December 11, 2014 at 04:56 PM
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NEW YORK CITY—The Federal government has settled its case against the Related Cos. concerning handicapped accessibility at the developer’s buildings. As part of the settlement, Related agrees to establish procedures that will ensure that its ongoing and future development projects—such as its sprawling Hudson Yards complex on the Far West Side, will comply with the accessibility requirements of the federal Fair Housing Act.
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