THINK THIS IS A MAJOR FIRE HAZARD AT THE CORNER OF 170 ST & 90 AVE IN JAMAICA

This cheap shitty building at the corner of 170 St/90 Ave (89-20 to 89-28 170 St) has a major fire hazard in the back of the building, in which not only is there huge amounts of garbage, cardboard, wood and other fire hazardous material, but since the back is a secondary exit, should anyone need to leave in an emergency this way, not only would they have problems getting out of the back doors, but also up the steps (which are completely blocked) to the sidewalk.

This mess has been like this for well over a month and I was wondering just how long the situation would be remedied by the owner (s). Well, looks like it is not too important to these slumlords.

Believe it or not, this building is condos and were selling for $1 million plus, though some of the people living in it, don’t look like they could afford $100 a month, but it still does not mean they should be living in jeopardy as well as the people next door to this mess.

Over a million dollars and you would think this is some little kid playing the slums of Calcutta.

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4 thoughts on “THINK THIS IS A MAJOR FIRE HAZARD AT THE CORNER OF 170 ST & 90 AVE IN JAMAICA

    • I just go off the phone with the FDNY, who I reported this to as well as DOB and the FDNY person went to check it out and he told me there is nothing they can do at this time since only two of the units have people in them and the other units do not and are considered under construction. They told me that the people who live there, their doors in back are not blocked by this and so they do not see it as a violation. But still, how would they get up those stairs, if they needed to since it seems that debris is blocking it.

      Just sounds like typical NYC bullshit. I CANNOT STAND THIS CITY ANYMORE, hence my new hiatus.

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  1. I can’t even believe the amount of garbage behind this place. This is truly disgusting. Thank you Joe, for bringing the filth that defines what this borough has become, to the attention of those that read your blog. When will it end!

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  2. This is a current common practice with these new developments, realtors put them on the market even if they are not finished and even if a brick is not even on the ground on an empty lot. This stinks to high hell.

    You know, judging by that cardboard, it looks like it’s for partitions. It might become a hostel for EB-5 immigrants.

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