Last May, when Cobble Hill’s 364 Henry was most recently in the news, owner John Quadrozzi pledged to make structural repairs to his long-dilapidated townhouse, but DOB violations show that the score hasn’t exactly been settled. A hearing scheduled is scheduled for late next month over “FAILURE TO MAINTAIN-EMERGENCY MAKE SAFE STABILIZATION WORK.” Do readers who live nearby ever see contractors fixing this place up?
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