The Justice Department announced today that the owners and developers of 11 multi-family housing complexes in Puerto Rico, whose buildings include more than 650 rental units, have agreed to pay a combined $335,000 to resolve claims that they violated the Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act by building apartment complexes that were inaccessible to persons with disabilities. As part of the settlement, the companies also agreed to make substantial retrofits to remove accessibility barriers.
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