Public Advocate Jumaane Williams on Monday released his list of the city's worst landlords.
The yearly report is based on the number of violations in the last year and the number of units in each building.
The big takeaway is that the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) is the worst landlord overall for the second year in a row. The Housing Authority needs an estimated $45 billion for long standing repairs. $25 billion is needed to fix immediate issues.
Of NYCHA's more than 172,000 units, there are an average 290,000 open work orders. That's more than 45,000 more open work orders than this time last year.
When it comes to landlords in each borough, "Risley Dent Towers Association" on Fulton Street in Brooklyn is this year's worst, with 819 average open violations.
In Manhattan, "Windermere Holdings LLC" at 400 West 57th Street took the number 2 spot with 647 open violations.
"1133 Boston Post Road LLC" is the worst in The Bronx, and "100 Belmont Place" is the worst on Staten Island.
"40-26 Benham Street" is at the top of the list in Queens.
"There's something called a warranty of habitability, which means you are paying rent. In exchange for that, you deserve a unit where a person, a human being, can live," Williams said. "These are bad violations. they're B and C violations. They're vermin. They're heat and hot water. They're things that you can't live there and be a human being. That's unacceptable, and we can't continue to let that happen."
You can go to landlordwatchlist.com to find out if your landlord made this year's list.