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Renter Thinks Water Is 'Slowly Destroying' 'Burg's 20 Bayard

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The sky is finally shining, but it's been a rainy few days, and the tenants of Karl Fischer row gem 20 Bayard are apparently still feeling the effects. A 20 Bayard tenant complains to the Curbed inbox:

I live in the new 20 Bayard Street Karl Fisher building in Williamsburg. The latest rains have lead to water damage of multiple apartment again?.Apparently the water enters the building at the top and the travels through the walls to the apartments. Ever time after a rain there are many people downstairs with the doorman to file complaints. But so far they couldn't fix it?.The water is slowly destroying the building and they can't do anything about it. I have had not 8 instances of water damage in four different rooms. They had to replace

pieces of my floor and ceiling. Thank god I am renting (there are people here who own). Above, a few tipster-supplied photos of leaky ceilings at 20 Bayard. At least the rain keeps the garden green?
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20 Bayard

20 Bayard Street, Brooklyn, NY