I have spent a fair amount of time gaining a better understanding of the scope of Isaac Anzaroot’s web of real estate. Given his recent mentions in the news (Iconic Building Deemed Unfit for Habitation & Masonic Temple Redevelopment Project Underway) I feel obligated to share my findings. As these findings are admittedly incomplete and may contain errors, I invite further input as I continue this investigation.
The general observed consensus is that Anzaroot, a Brooklyn-based developer with a network of properties in the Greater Binghamton Area, is not well liked. Neighbors report he is not a good steward of his properties, many of which fall under AJEM Group LLC and Monaco Construction. Contractors have unfavorable business dealings with him. Former business partners have severed ties. Anzaroot has continued to evict tenants from his properties for non-payment despite the eviction moratorium. He is pervasive in his refusal to make repairs upon request or uphold any semblance of regular property maintenance. One can only imagine the conditions that his tenants have to live in.
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