Today, the office of Public Advocate Letitia James released a list of the 100 worst landlords in the city. Landlords with the most Department of Buildings (DOB) and Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) violations ended up at the top of the list.

The website is very detailed; it includes a number of lists and map views, to help you avoid moving into one of these buildings.

Sixteen of the city’s the 100 worst landlords have buildings in Bushwick, Ridgewood, and East Williamsburg. They have a whopping total of 8,804 violations between them (though some of those for buildings outside of those three neighborhoods).

Here is a complete list of landlords to watch out for in our neck of the woods:

 Joel Kohn

Buildings include: 269 Melrose St., 653 Knickerbocker Ave., and 383 Menahan St.

 Iskyo Aronov

Buildings include: 308 Harman St.

 Jonathan Cohen

Buildings include: 590 Bushwick Ave., 20 Harrison Pl., and 142 Grove St.

Moshe Deutsche

Buildings include: 917 Broadway Ave., 1235 Halsey St.

 Mier Fried

Buildings include: 787 Hart St., 791 Hart St.

 Yosef Emergi

Buildings include: 1299 Putnam Ave., 140 Palmetto St.

 Eleanor Patrick

Buildings include: 1705 Putnam Ave., 1707 Putnam Ave., and 1725 Putnam Ave.

 Deodat Lowtan

Buildings include: 206 Bleecker St., 275 Linden St.

 Robert Kaydanian

Buildings include: 53 Montrose Ave., 238 Wyckoff Ave.

 Jair Guttierez

Buildings include: 300 Palmetto St.

 Chaim Goldberger

Buildings include: 1054 Willoughby Ave., 180 Noll St.

 Robert Raphael

Buildings include: 1229 Halsey St.

 Zalmen Wagschal

Buildings include: 871 Knickerbocker Ave.

 Mendel Gold

Buildings include: 73 Jefferson St.,

 Abe Green

Buildings include: 304 Evergreen Ave.

 Abe Peters

Buildings include: 1526 Bushwick Ave.

Surprised your landlord is not on the list? Are conditions in your building deplorable? You can make a complaint by calling 311 or by contacting HPD directly.

Featured image: The McKibbin Lofts. Image by Noremacmada courtesy of Wikimedia Commons.