When occupancy costs become occupational hazards

When occupancy costs become occupational hazards

The evil landlord who would kick a widow out of her home for back rent in the middle of a winter night is one of popular culture’s favorite villains. From Dostoyevsky to silent movies, Broadway and the Village Voice’s annual listing of the worst of the lot in New York City, inhuman, greedy landlords are the iconic bad guys that everybody loves to hate.

But some commercial landlords and property developers who depend on restaurateurs to make their projects a success say that

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