Settlement Reached in Case Against 71 Sites in Four States

Settlement Reached in Case Against 71 Sites in Four States



The Justice Department recently announced that the owners and developers of 71 multifamily housing sites in four states have agreed to pay $350,000 to settle claims that they violated federal fair housing law by building apartment complexes that were inaccessible to persons with disabilities. All but two of the sites were built with Low-Income Housing Tax Credits or other federal programs, and include more than 2,500 ground-floor units.

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