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Lichtensteins

(Two Philadelphia firefighters were killed early on the morning of April 9th while battling a massive warehouse fire in Kensington. Three other firefighters were injured.)

Owners of Warehouse Where Firefighters Died Have Been Making Good On Back Taxes

The implication from a city statement shortly after the fatal fire was that the warehouse owners were huge tax deadbeats.

04/20/2012

(A property in the 700 block of Market Street in Philadelphia owned by the Lichtenstein brothers of Brooklyn, NY.  Credit: Ed Fischer)

Owners of Building Where Firefighters Died Cited For Other Phila. Violations

The city’s Department of Licenses and Inspections has filed three new citations on a property at 726 Market Street owned by the Lichtenstein brothers of Brooklyn, NY, who also own the building where two firefighters were killed last week in a huge blaze.

04/18/2012

Property

I-Team: Kensington Warehouse Owners Owe City Hundreds Of Thousands In Back Real Estate Taxes

The CBS 3 I-Team has learned the owners of the abandoned warehouse at the center of a fire that killed two Philadelphia firefighters own dozens of other properties across the city and owe the city hundreds of thousands of dollars in back real estate taxes.

04/10/2012