BBG Partner Scott Loffredo was quoted on Thursday’s Daily News concerning the seizure of a Brooklyn restaurant by state authorities for failing to pay nearly $400,000 in back taxes.
It is alleged that the restaurant (i.e., the tenant) failed to pay rent for several months and collected more than half a million dollars in two pandemic-related Paycheck Protection Program loans, one for $235,200 in April 2020 and the other for $315,400 in February 2021.
Loffredo, who is the lawyer for the building’s landlords, said, “These people run a restaurant, they’ve been taking in a fortune, and they’re not paying rent.”
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