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Developer Lied About Running Nursing Home to Buy Land, Suit Says

(DNAINFO)  Camille Bautista | December 23, 2016 — The suit targets Allure Group, the same company linked to the Irvington House sale.

A nursing home company is suing the new owners of a Bedford-Stuyvesant property, saying they lied about plans to keep the home operational and instead moved patients out with the intention of turning the building into apartments.

CABS Nursing Home Company Inc. is accusing the Allure Group Inc. — the same company involved in the controversial Rivington House sale — of misrepresenting their plans for the property at 270 Nostrand Ave. and DeKalb Avenue, which they say resulted in the early death of at least one elderly patient.

“They were forced from the only home that many of them had known for years, a home that was like a family to them, with the effect that some of them died prematurely,” the suit filed in Kings County Supreme Court reads.

Source: Developer Lied About Running Nursing Home to Buy Land, Suit Says – Bed-Stuy – DNAinfo New York