Tim Collins, TA’s attorney, responded to “Before and After: What Was Hoped For in the MCI Matter” (April 20, 2014), a post that appeared on the blog The Stuyvesant Town Report. STR’s summary contains misinformation and appears to discredit the MCI Settlement and the negotiations. Mr. Collins’s response, which was shared with STR the same day, addresses every point made in the STR post and ...
The Stuyvesant Town–Peter Cooper Village Tenants Association and CWCapital agree to settle MCI claims rather than endure long-term legal and administrative processes.
Liquor license for Oval Café had been applied for and was to have been discussed at CB6 meeting March 27. Owner withdrew application pending further consideration but residents still need to comment.
Lawyers for the Roberts tenants say the second settlement payment is delayed. Tenants who filed for Sandy-related rent reduction credit must wait for DHCR to sign off on the settlement agreement.
Selected tenants are receiving offers of early renewal with 12-month or 24-month options and a guarantee of no rent increase. Sounds good — but ...
Benefits to complainants who signed on to the master complaint include a one-time additional rent abatement and new free trunk storage service. All tenants benefit from guaranteed bicycle storage.
If you have been puzzling over newspaper reports of a court battle for Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village, you are not alone. This review and analysis should help.
Explains the basic tenets any entity wishing to partner with the tenants must agree to.