Tenants of 1750 Grand Avenue fight for better living conditions

From roaches to broken doors, tenants at 1750 Grand Avenue are fed up.

Tenants are coming together as part of an effort to force the building's management company to take control of the situation. They say last March they complained to management about the condition of their building and immediately after some things were fixed. But now they say the work has stopped and there are still leaky ceilings and broken doors.

Tryone Robinson, of the 1750 Realty Company, says the company is willing to work with each and every tenant to find out what needs to be fixed. He promises that all the apartments will be fixed in time, but says most importantly tenants need to work with management.

Tenants say whenever repairs are made they are minimal and shoddy. They are hoping to get the city on their side in order to pressure the landlord to make repairs that last.

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