“Poor People Door” Plan In NYC Causes Outrage

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Upper West Side / Wikipedia

Lower income residents of a proposed condo building in New York City would be asked to enter and exit in a different place than the higher income residents according to a story in New York Magazine.

The upper West Side building,  a 33-story luxury complex at 40 Riverside Drive, will have 219 condos facing the river and 55 units facing the street.

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