What to expect from a purge at Beverlywood apartments
New York City is dealing with the fallout of the latest wave of apartment closings as tenants move out of a number of buildings.
The new wave of closings came in the wake of the release of a video that captured a man making racist comments about people of color.
The video has since been removed from the internet.
Residents are taking to social media to vent their frustrations with the move, with some calling for the government to take over the buildings.
Residents from the Beverlywood, one of the oldest and most diverse neighborhoods in the city, are angry at the move.
Residents have been saying that they are leaving for the greater New York, and Beverlywood is a major draw.
Beverlywood has a strong Hispanic population, and some residents have called for the city to take back the building that houses the community.
“This is really not an apartment building.
This is a community,” said Marlene Mendoza, one resident.
The Beverlywood complex has had its share of issues.
In 2014, the New York Post reported that an investigation found that residents were being forced out of their units due to rent increases.
It’s also been linked to the deaths of four people in the past year.
“I’ve never seen a building in the world that was so full of racism,” said resident Juanita Diaz, who moved to the neighborhood last year.
This is not a building for the rich and powerful.
This building is for the poor and working class.
It is the place where you need to feel safe, and it is also where the poor, working class people live,” she said.