Survey of dates for restoration of services for evaluation of additional rebates, property losses, and issues with gas repairs.
The long awaited Roberts settlement was just announced.
Takes issue with residents having to sign a wavier to retrieve their property.
Association to communicate directly to the bondholders CW Capital represents since CW won’t engage with the tenants who live here.
In response to a complaint by the Tenants Association, CW Capital’s property manager for Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village has ended videotaping and photographing of residents at Oval events.
A survey of fire doors and stairways conducted by TA volunteers finds many fire doors that do not close, other fire safety violations, and evidence of stairways being used for inappropriate activities.
In an update to the Roberts class, its attorneys report a change in policy by CW Capital Asset Management (CWCAM) on when it would raise the preferential rent if permitted.
TA reaches out to the new General Manager, Sean Sullivan regarding unresolved basic maintenance and quality of life issues.
Conducted over the past three months a survey by the Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village Tenants Association reveals continued poor upkeep of common areas of buildings and laundry facilities.
With Management continuing to shroud the “preferential” rent in a typeface smaller than the “legal” rent, counsel for the Robert’s class makes a statement to help clarify the ambiguity in the two rents offered.
Brookfield weighs in on Student Leasing
TA Addresses concerns of residents angered by CW Capital and Rose Associates student leasing polices. Plus Dan Garodnick addresses problem a in letter to CW Capital and Rose Associates.
The Stuyvesant Town -Peter Cooper Village Tenants Association has released the first in a series of “Conversion Q&A” web videos that will answer frequently asked questions about the proposed tenant-led, non-eviction conversion plan.
A series of house meetings will be held throughout the community to answer residents’ questions and gather input regarding the proposed tenant-led, non-eviction conversion plan. Planning for these meetings began early this year and with a pilot meeting completed last week the TA has formally begun this program. Click the title link above for more details.
Returns to agreement brokered by TA and DHCR in 2005, offers refunds to those overcharged.