Fire and Fortune 

A year after a fire killed four people at a San Pablo Avenue building for low-income people, many of the former residents are still suffering. The owners of the building? Not so much.

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"He certainly couldn't care less about his tenants ..." said attorney Greenstein, who represents dozens of fire survivors. "All he cares about is protecting his assets."

Editor's note: In one of the photo captions for this story, we mistakenly wrote that building co-owner Keith Kim lived at 622 Highland Ave. in Piedmont at the time of the fire. He actually lived there after filing for bankruptcy in 2011. This version has been corrected.

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