A door off its hinges. Walls bulging with water damage. A broken window screen. Cracked tiles. And that’s just one bedroom.

Tenants from 170 Chalkfarm Dr. greeted a team of city inspectors on Thursday with a list of grievances almost as tall as the 23-storey highrise itself.

The team was there to examine a cluster of four highrises along Chalkfarm Drive, deemed by the city to be among Toronto’s 186 most dilapidated residential buildings.

The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now was there, too, having organized residents of the building, near Jane Street and Wilson Avenue, in North York, to prepare work order forms to hand over to the city.

Lorne Green, in charge of the city’s apartment building audit program, said his staff has inspected more than 80 buildings since December.