Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village Tenants Association

Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village Tenants Association

Statement of Principles

Explains the basic tenets any entity wishing to partner with the tenants must agree to.

Update on Conversion Plan and Affordability

What has been happening with Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village’s demand for long-term security and a place at the table when the complex is up for sale since our demo at City Hall on June 13, 2014?

Is your Bike Taking Up Apartment Space or Stored Outside?  There’s a remedy.

The Sandy services reduction settlement, while primarily applying to tenants who signed on, contains the benefit of bike storage for all tenants. If you would like to store a bike, read on….

Management’s Unauthorized Entry Is Terrorizing Tenants

Recently, a teenage girl, alone in her Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village apartment, was frightened by maintenance workers unexpectedly banging on and opening her apartment door. Despite the TA’s successful challenge two years ago that stopped management from entering apartments without proper notice, serious breaches are cropping up again.

Stuyvesant Town Oval Concerts Agonize Many Tenants

Management brushes off extreme noise from concerts after tenants complain. Who to contact next time.

Mayor de Blasio Meets with ST/PCV Tenant Leaders

On Tuesday, July 15, Mayor de Blasio met with tenant leaders and elected officials representing Stuy-Town/PCV today to discuss steps the administration is taking to protect affordability at the complex. The meeting was hosted by Councilman Dan Garodnick in his Peter Cooper Village apartment.

Late Rent, Excessive Late Fees?

If you’ve paid a late fee and not told us we what to hear from you.