In many cities, many developers are receiving tax credits for granting living quarters to luxury residential buildings to non-wealthy people. However, these luxury residential buildings are using poor doors so that wealthy residents won't have to come in contact with poorer residents.
Also in these luxury residential buildings, poorer residents WILL NOT have access to the building's amenities such as gyms and saunas among other things. It is contended that wealthier residents pay for such amenities while the poorer residents do not thus aren't entitled to them.
Well, socioeconomic class has its perks/rewards. Money can buy QUITE A LOT these things especially if one has THE MEAN$. However, Mayor De Blasio is seeking an end to the poor doors implementation in luxury buildings.
What is YOUR synopsis regarding the poor door policy in luxury buildings. Are you FOR or AGAINST and list the reasons why?
Here are the links:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/07/2 … 06572.html
http://nypost.com/2014/07/20/city-oks-u … residents/
http://www.newsweek.com/bill-de-blasio- … ors-260795
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