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These 20 Village Buildings May Have Toxic Lead Levels

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A collection of East Village buildings (and one to the west) owned by alleged slumlord Raphael Toledano will undergo testing for hazardous amounts of lead. The Department of Health and Mental Hygiene will test the buildings for the dangerous airborne particle. Previous tests on three of Toledano's East Village properties—514 East 12th Street, 235 East 5th Street, and 233 East 5th Street—found elevated traces of lead dust in the building's common areas. In 233 East 5th Street, the concentration of lead dust was 16 times the Environmental Protection Agency's hazard standards. The testing comes after a consortium of officials including Senator Brad Hoylman convened to call for the inspections. Here are the 20 buildings owned by Toledano that will be tested for dangerous levels of lead by the DOHMH. (h/t Gothamist)

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223 East 5th Street

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229 East 5th Street

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231 East 5th Street

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228 East 6th Street

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97 Second Avenue

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332 E 6th Street

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329 East 6th Street

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66 East 7th Street

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95 East 7th Street

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58 St. Marks Place

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27 St. Marks Place

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332 East 9th Street

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334 East 9th Street

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221 East 10th Street

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253 East 10th Street

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325 East 12th Street

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327 East 12th Street

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329 East 12th Street

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510 East 12th Street

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125 West 16th Street

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223 East 5th Street

229 East 5th Street

231 East 5th Street

228 East 6th Street

97 Second Avenue

332 E 6th Street

329 East 6th Street

66 East 7th Street

95 East 7th Street

58 St. Marks Place

27 St. Marks Place

332 East 9th Street

334 East 9th Street

221 East 10th Street

253 East 10th Street

325 East 12th Street

327 East 12th Street

329 East 12th Street

510 East 12th Street

125 West 16th Street