Public Advocate candidate didn t tell ethics commission about his luxury condos or upstate house Queens Assemblyman Ron Kim paid less than $100 city excise on Sky View Parc pad
Ron Kim and the Grand Sky View Parc condo at 40-26 College Point Boulevard in Queens (Credit: Wikipedia and CityRealty)
A Queens candidate for the city s Public Advocate has failed to report his ownership of multiple luxury properties to a state ethics agency.
Ron Kim, who is one of 17 Democrats vying for the position vacated by Letitia James, now the Attorney General, has registered his voting address at a modest home on Ash Avenue in Queens since 2014, but made a series of real estate purchases the same year that suggest it s not his primary address, Crain s reported.
That same year, he reportedly purchased an apartment at the Sky View Parc luxury condo tower in 爱上海同城论坛