Appaloosa Management’s motion to intervene in the Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village case was denied on Thursday, April 29, in a court hearing held in New York. “[Appaloosa] can’t act on behalf of all the certificate holders or all of the defendants. And, so, it has no place in this lawsuit,” said Judge Alvin K.Hellerstein.
Wall Street Journal takes notice as Unity Pledges gathered pass the 50% mark.
If You Want Rent Stabilization To Survive Beyond June 2011, Fight For It Now! Get On the Bus Apr. 27
Prospective apartment buyers have a stake in rent law renewal too. Coop-Condo conversion protection is part of the package of bills needing passage. J-51 Newly Rent Stabilized Tenants also need to pay attention. There has already been one attempt to legislatively undo J-51 by Senate Housing Chair Senator Pedro Espada.
Rent law advocacy is now every Stuy-Town Peter Cooper Village tenant’s concern. Learn what you can do on Tuesday April 27th and into the future to protect your options.
Completing and returning the Census is enormously important for all New Yorkers, but being accurately counted is especially important for Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village tenants as you fight for the future of your homes.