Mayor Bill de Blasio is still collecting more than $9,000 a month from two rental properties he owns in Park Slope, Brooklyn, while other landlords across the city bleed dry and cash-strapped residents flee the city because of the ongoing lockdown. De Blasio and his wife live in Gracie Mansion on the Upper East Side and will do until he leaves office later this year but they also own two properties in Park Slope. One is a single family home which they charge $4,500-a-month for and the other is a building with two separate apartments in it. The one bedroom apartment rents for $1,825 and the two-bedroom rents for $2,950. It earns them more than $100,000 a year, on top of his $258,000 salary as mayor. De Blasio earns more than Governor Cuomo who this year takes home $225,000. His pay will increase next year to $250,000, as part of a pre-negotiated sliding deal, which will make him the highest paid governor in the country. One of De Blasio’s properties is a two-unit building in Park Slope which earns him $4,775-a-month The living room of de Blasio’s two-bedroom apartment in Park Slope which he rents out for $2,950-a-month There is… Read full this story
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