Rivington House Investigation: No Corruption, But Plenty of Incompetence
The city’s Department of Investigation has found no corruption by the de Blasio administration in its handling of the Rivington House matter.
The Department of Citywide Administrative Services lifted deed restrictions on the former nursing facility, allowing the Allure Group to sell the building at 45 Rivington St. to luxury condo developers. The investigative agency released its report today. It “revealed a complete lack of accountability within City government regarding deed restriction removals and significant communication failures between and within City Hall and DCAS (the Department of Citywide Administrative Services).”
You can read the full report below.