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Management has two priorities: 1) Making sure money is made, hence upgrading and filling up apartments is their goal. "Amenities" are important in selling the place, though few residents use them. 2) If someone needs medical attention, Public Safety will be there, if alerted.

Quality of life issues are not that important, however. They tend to be ignored, despite "the rules." So you will see a lot that isn't taken care of properly, and complaints will be met with a creative excuse and a smile.

"Peace and quiet" must be a cruel joke, though this property is sold that way. There can be no peace and quiet as ALL apartments must be upgraded, which includes the installation of an AC unit below the window. Aside from the continual construction about the neighborhood, there is a new and noisy subway extension being built along East 14 st and the shut down of the L line. "Choosing" to live in NYC, now the newest mantra, is a fabrication when the talk is of ST and PCV, which was traditionally quiet, with no construction noise.

Though money was always important, it is now more important than ever. Money rules many things, as you will find.

At this point, 30 years into living here and seeing many things, I can state that Management and their reps are BS-ing us. I can't say that loudly enough: We are being BS-ed. I don't see any genuine change. Sorry.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Another Attempted Rape In Stuyvesant Town

http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20141105/stuy-town/deliveryman-tries-rape-woman-after-asking-use-her-bathroom-nypd

STUYVESANT TOWN — A deli worker tried to rape a woman after delivering food to her Stuyvesant Town apartment, NYPD said.

Luis Corpeno, 27, who works for Fraiche Maxx on Park Avenue South, brought an order to the victim’s East 20th Street apartment just after midnight on Nov. 1 and then asked if he could use her bathroom, police said.

When he returned from the bathroom, Corpeno grabbed the 26-year-old woman's face and told her to kiss him. When she refused, he threw her on the couch, tried to take off her shirt and groped her, according to a criminal complaint from the Manhattan District Attorney's office. 


More at the above link.

If CWCapital and CompassRock think we're going to keep quiet about these type of instances, they are mistaken.

68 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank God this creep didn't have a gun or a knife or it could have turned out so much worse.

The guy must have been on drugs or something because he went back to work! How did he figure he was going to get away with this?!

Anonymous said...

Food deliveries after 11:00pm should be brought to security, logged in, then escorted by an officer to the person's apartment. We are working people and have toddlers and young kids here and should not have such unescorted activity of delivery people after 11:00pm. Isn't that dorm protocol where deliveries are brought to a security desk and not to the dorm room?

Bravo to her for fighting it away and reporting it to the 13th and Bravo to the 13th for quick apprehension!
Shame Shame Shame on Stuyvesant Town Compass Rock for not having proper safety in place with a large population of 5000 dorms combined with toddlers and working people.

Stuy Town Reporter said...

It should be noted all of this is alleged.

Anonymous said...

And shame shame shame on the TA for not being outspoken about and taking actions against installing the NYU second campus of 5000 partying-lifestyle dorms but instead approving and allowing the installation.
Now we need to learn and implement dorm security practices as food delivery protocol on campus. Anyone know what it is?

Tommyboyardee said...

A midnight delivery? I do hope everything is on the up & up. I'm not blaming the victim, but some sort of common sense needs to exercised.

Anonymous said...

Stuy Town - A Rapist Runs Through It

Bond Son said...

"keep quite "

Correct pls. Thanks

Anonymous said...

This is a direct result of letting more dorm students live here. How STUPID, to let a stranger, at that time, into your bathroom. More negative publicity to come people. You want more students, you got it. "You reap what you sow". What goes around comes around. As far as the comment of "Food deliveries after 11:00pm should be brought to security", ARE YOU KIDDING ME?

Anonymous said...

PCV ST is the least safe neighborhood. Robbed and raped in every way possible by internal and external parties.

We need to start making public demands.

1. Tenants need full knowledge of how and where and who on the landlord's practices with keys to our homes. Where are they kept? Who has access (names and contact information of all who have access)? How is use tracked (eg sign out log when keys are used)?

2. Walkways are hazardous
No more motorized vehicles cruising on the walkways. All motorized vehicles are to stay on the streets when running and when parked. And must obey the one way signs - no more driving in the opposite direction then swerving onto sidewalks when cars approach.

3. After hours delivery must go to the security desk and delivery personnel must be escorted by a security officer at all times when in the buildings after hours.

4. Reports and Audits of every apartment since there is no doubting we are overcharged by fraudulent mci calculations and inflated reno work (no different than Riverton).

5. Everyone please add more and more and let's build this.

Anonymous said...

John Marsh:

How many buildings have received this new application for an "MCI" for building facades so far? Last counted was ST building 17 and the other in PVC. No one has mentioned any of this for the last 4 weeks. What's the story?

Anonymous said...

And shame shame shame on the TA for not being outspoken about and taking actions against installing the NYU second campus of 5000 partying-lifestyle dorms but instead approving and allowing the installation.
Now we need to learn and implement dorm security practices as food delivery protocol on campus. Anyone know what it is?


Anon November 6, 2014 at 7:55 AM, PLEASE STOP BLAMING THE TA AND SPREADING MISINFORMATION. The TA has NOTHING TO DO WITH THIS. The overwhelming majority of student apartments are rented by the student(s) and/or their parents directly from Management. THERE IS NOTHING THE TA CAN DO TO PREVENT THESE STUDENTS FROM RENTING HERE. NOTHING. GOT IT?

Anonymous said...

John Marsh:

How many buildings have received this new application for an "MCI" for building facades so far? Last counted was ST building 17 and the other in PVC. No one has mentioned any of this for the last 4 weeks. What's the story?


November 6, 2014 at 11:47 AM

This is not the place to ask John Marsh questions. You should submit your query through the TA's website: http://www.stpcvta.org/kb/

Anonymous said...

By the way, the big carnival tent in playground 11 is an absolute disgrace. Talk about an EYE SORE. Real classy. REAL CLASSY! This place looks SOO congested, I'm embarrassed to bring in my friends and family. What a joke!
WHAT A JOKE!!

Anonymous said...

STR, do you think that there are 5000 dorms in PCVST?


Anonymous said...

In a place this size, it is just not feasible to have after-hour deliveries sent to PS/Security and have them escort the delivery guy. If this place had been built originally to be a college dorm, then this protocol would be in place. However, it was built as an apartment complex for working people and families, NOT college kids.

The fact that the property has been taken over, raped and bastardized by those who want it to be a form (CW, NYU, etc.) is having a deleterious affect on all of us who just want to live like normal people in a normal apartment complex.

There should be some serious investigation and auditing of how CW and NYU, etc., can get away with this. I do realize that a lot of the students are here as "Occupants" and their rent is paid by their parents. They should be made to adhere to the same standards that a regular renter would be held to and should not be allowed to have multiple roommates, parties at all hours and should take responsibility for their behavior. I strongly resent the inconvenience and quality of life issues that these people have brought to our homes.

Anonymous said...

Campus rules for dorm food delivery

Food is delivered to building attendant who calls the student to come pick it up. In the case of PCV ST the building attendant is the oval security office. delivery personnel are not allowed to go up into dorm buildings.

Anonymous said...

This was posted on the wrong thread. Oops:


Don't we have enough with the fucking landlord raping us over and over and over in every which way possible without some zitty loser delivery boy coming in and trying to do the same thing!

BTW, didn't this attempted rape occur in Gramercy? That's were all of PCVST's crimes occur.

Anonymous said...

Smoking

NYU is a smoke-free campus. Smoking in all residence halls is prohibited. Any resident or guest wishing to smoke must exit the building and do so in the designated smoking areas.

NYU needs to be told about the students whose cigarette smoke is wafting up into our apartments and kids rooms.

Anonymous said...

Also re the 5000 dorms claim -- NYU's website lists two Grad Halls, Washington Square Village and Stuyvesant Town, and says that they have approximately 250 residents and seven Resident Assistants.

What is the basis, STR, for the claim that there are 5000 dorms here?

DONTEVERCALLME BRO said...

"Stuy Town - A Rapist Runs Through It"

Now that's a keeper.

While people on this blog continuously rant about insane conspiracy theories that involve the TA/Brookfield/CWC/Garodnick posse as being in one rather strangely efficient unholy alliance, the real game won by the RE industry was the 11/4/2014 elections whereby the NYS Republican Party is now in complete control of the NYS Senate. Cuomo, never our friend, a MAJOR corporate slug, will now even shift further to the right to screw us. The NYS Senate, the Governor’s office and the DHCR (all three corrupt-BTW, a Republican Governor would be 10 times worse since they don’t’ believe in ANY rental housing regulations) is where the real action is (the NYS Assembly is a joke) and, guess what, we are truly done for now.

The TA sucks, is clueless, and is inefficient. Yet, under the radar, it has this killer blood alliance with CWC? And never, I repeat never, is there a real TA alternative (blog rantings do not count) offered by these posters. Hey, that requires a lot of hard work. Please note, Brookfield is a horror not to be trusted but CWC/Fortress is competing against them for this dump. I understand that negative changes here are favorable to both of their current and/or future bottom lines but those two entities are not in an alliance. Bottom line, Fortress, the parent company of CWC will buy this shithole, the fix is in, the parental funded dormfication will relentlessly continue as the elderly die off and the middle age die off or move, young market rate families will leave due to insane mid lease rent increases, all the playgrounds and lawn spaces will be converted to commercial ventures (the NYC DOB is corrupt as well). As per currently, no enforcement of the QOL regulations as well. Once the common citizens are taxed big time to build the climate change seawalls to protect the RE industries investments (of course, they will get major tax incentives as well-see Hudson Yards), then this property will be razed and major new 50 story (at least) condo/rental properties will be built here. Packed with 3, 4, 5, 6 roommates (families or empty nesters need not apply), used as short stay hotels (the current BM for PCVST), or used as investments for foreign purchasers to park their money here (see STR’s Central Park tower tread). I would love to proven wrong on this post but I don’t think I will.

As they said in the movies:
“It's over Johnny. It's over!”
“Every day we get weaker while they get stronger.”

As a life time resident here, it’s time to go. Five years max, I’d say. Bedsides the major QOL issues here in PCVST, Manhattan truly sucks these days; it’s becoming one big dorm/1 % /tourist trap/chain store/BRO/OMG hell with no soul. The hyper gentrification that has destroyed Manhattan is impacting the outer boroughs as well. They are actually clueless long term tenants on the TA FB page who enjoy/defend this transformation.

Anonymous said...

Last night I was within inches of being mowed down by a delivery guy on a motorized bike (near the flag pole, 21 Stuy Oval). You can not hear these electric bikes approaching, and the delivery guys make no attempt to slow down. It's about time management/TA and/or Feckless Dan do something about this before someone gets seriously hurt.It's only a matter of time before someone is seriously hurt.
Come on Dan, for once in your career step up to the plate and do something positive for others.

Anonymous said...

11:06 a.m.: You could make these suggestions directly to management. Just go to pcvstliving.com, click on Contact and make your "suggestion." No guarantees that you'll get an answer or action, but if everyone did that, management couldn't pretend that this stuff isn't important to us.

Anonymous said...

11:47: Why don't you contact John Marsh directly through the TA website? My guess is that if more buildings are notified of this MCI, someone will mention it here or elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

One week to build a sports monstrosity tent.

8 months to fix a washing machine or install a light bulb.


Good going Mr. Management.

Anonymous said...

I wrote a few days ago how there are two lamps out for months between 400-410 20th on the M level for months.
Granted, this happened in this girls home, outside its pitch black and they are building ice rinks, basketball stadiums and can't replace 2 lightbulbs.
So frustrating.
I do wish the girl never let this guy in her home. I hate that she had to learn the hard way that letting strangers in is beyond unsafe.

Anonymous said...

We need ACTION: WE NEED A LIST: WE NEED A FACEBOOK site or similar to express freely all grievances and build/ support cases we have ongoing with CWC.

Anonymous said...

There is a meeting for tenants at MS104 on Saturday? There is no mention of it on the TA website. They just posted it on FB, TWO DAYS notice.

??? w.t.f.

Tommyboyardee said...

People please understand "crooks" don't commute to work. Safety First!

Anonymous said...

Let's face it, this place is now nothing more than a filthy, stinking, unsupervised dorm. Nobody knows who and what their neighbors are.

One indication of how sloppy, lazy and incompetent this half-assed "management" is is the fact that they never update the building directories. In my building, people who moved out (or even died) years ago are still listed as living in apartments. As a result of this, the market-raters/newbies don't get their mail if their apartment number is missing from their address. The letter carrier in my building has stated that if apartment numbers are missing from mail, the mail simply gets sent back as undeliverable. The Post Office itself is no joy because we get our mail at 6, 7 or even later in the evening and the mail . I would hate to be paying big bucks to live here and not even be able to get my mail delivered because the letter carrier has no idea, and no way of finding out, where the mail goes to!

Security is as useless as their numbers have been so decimated and the morale is so low in that department, that they don't even try to do their job. The intercoms don't work, the cameras are fixed on NOTHING and we wonder why we have intruders here.

Any MR tenants or people stupid enough to sign leases for their precious offspring to dorm here deserve all they get for not doing their homework before signing on the dotted line.

Stuy Town Reporter said...

I will be responding the letter from management tenants received under their doors concerning the recent attempted rapes.

I won't be pretty.

Stuy Town Reporter said...

>>STR, do you think that there are 5000 dorms in PCVST?<<

Not officially. But who knows how many apartments house students?

Anonymous said...

When will the downfall of this once-beautiful place and its deterioration under the "stewardship" of these loathsome crooks be exposed on 60 Minutes or 20/20? Does CW own the "free" press?

DONTEVERCALLME BRO said...

>>STR, do you think that there are 5000 dorms in PCVST?<<

As has been pointed out many times at this blog, the old Lux Living blog, the TA FB page and on pages 362-363 of Charles Baglis's book, “Other People Money”, the vast majority of students and the just post college crowd (think Murray Hill) use the leasing office and have their leases guaranteed by their parents Many undergraduate and graduate students use this method, they don’t go directly through their school although their school “helps” them out for this pathway to tenant status. I count the just post college tenant apartments here as “dorms” since many team up with college students as roommates, as evidenced by the Craig’s list apartment advertisements looking for roommates. And its not NYU, its other schools as well. This has reported time and again as well. My conservative estimate is that at least 35% of the 11,000 plus apartments here are “dorm” style. Almost every newly renovated apartment (especially the converted former two bedrooms) becomes “dorm" style.

Anonymous said...

At least when there's no heat in your apartment you can always sleep in the heated big tent.

Anonymous said...

There is a meeting for tenants at MS104 on Saturday? There is no mention of it on the TA website. They just posted it on FB, TWO DAYS notice.

??? w.t.f.

November 6, 2014 at 5:53 PM

Feel free to show up on Saturday, but the email I got says the meeting is in December.

Anonymous said...

Why are we paying MCIs for intercoms that are supposed to connect to Security (from outside), but that feature is not activated on any of them? Also, the intercoms are supposed to alert Security when the doors are unlocked and pinned open, but they clearly don't work. There is no way to alert Security from outside the building except by using your own cell phone - which you may not have if you are being mugged! The MCIs for intercoms and Security "upgrades and enhancements" should be removed from our rent bills and retroactively refunded.

We are used and abused and have money taken from us in ways that are nothing less than extortion, and these.criminals just get away with it. The TA seems impotent when it comes to fighting these bogus charges, and our elected representatives don't give a rat's ass. This place needs to be exposed for the shakedown that it is, but who will do it? We have NOBODY representing our interests. NOBODY at all. I would gladly pay a fee to a TA that was willing and able to make a difference. I would respect and vote for any politician who would do the same, but there is NOBODY to do any of this. STPCV is a crime in progress all the time we have this greedy goon squad of a "management."

Anonymous said...

ATTEMPTED rapes in stuytown - ask for more security - get another mci.

it's perfect.

Anonymous said...

"Why are we paying MCIs for intercoms that are supposed to connect to Security (from outside), but that feature is not activated on any of them?"

Not looking to defend management in any way, but I have called security from the downstairs intercom on more than one occasion for various reasons. Someone always picked up right away. The newer intercoms have cameras so security can see who they're talking to and possibly anyone else nearby. Many people don't realize that the intercoms at the entry doors have a button to call security and my old intercom had a ring number to call engraved into the metal. You can call security from the laundry rooms too (at least you can from mine). Not sure about those blue light thingies.

DONTEVERCALLME BRO said...

Anony 8.29 AM. The intercom access to PS here is not reliable, sometimes they work, and sometimes they don’t. The real joke is when the Children of the Corn move in here in August and September, they prop the doors open, the PS Oval (state of the art, MCI approved) Office should be getting a signal that the door is open so that they can dispatch an officer to investigate but this never occurs, you have to call them yourself for this issue. Same issue for the laundry room door as well.

DONTEVERCALLME BRO said...

9.28 PM, very good points, thanks.

Anonymous said...

"Not looking to defend management in any way, but I have called security from the downstairs intercom on more than one occasion for various reasons. Someone always picked up right away."

Good for you. My building does not have that technology, neither does the building that I visit frequently (and invariably find the door pegged open). We are, however, paying for the technology that we do NOT have.

Anonymous said...

I wonder why this "alleged" assault never made it to the newspapers or tv news? Or did it happen in Gramercy?

Anonymous said...

And these are just the sex crimes that get reported! The real number must be staggering.

Anonymous said...

"Not looking to defend management in any way, but I have called security from the downstairs intercom on more than one occasion for various reasons. Someone always picked up right away."

"Good for you. My building does not have that technology, neither does the building that I visit frequently (and invariably find the door pegged open). We are, however, paying for the technology that we do NOT have."

Can you dial 103 to reach security? That's how my old system worked and that system was older than what a lot of ST buildings have.

Tommyboyardee said...

What we need is our own super hero, haven't heard much lately about Stu the Squirrel, what happened to our much hyped mascot, or does he have a heavy class load this semester.

Anonymous said...

REBNY and the politicians who party with and fill coffers from REBNY money are anti-New Yorkers and treating NY as a business to extract profits from rather than New York being a home to millions of New Yorkers raising families.

Spinola and REBNY and their partying pol pals (all who attend the annual "Liars Ball" gala need a swift hard unified kick from the people of New York.

http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20141109/BLOGS04/141109881/status-cuomo-seen-as-boon-to-biz

Anonymous said...

Who Owns Who
Bought and Paid For
Photo says it all...

The Times’ three-month investigation chronicles the tempestuous saga of the short-lived Moreland Commission, which was formed by Cuomo last July to crack down on public corruption. It details how Cuomo sought to block a subpoena that the commission intended to send to REBNY in order to investigate, among other things, the organization’s political donations, its materials related to the controversial 421-a abatement used by New York developers including Extell Development and Silverstein Properties, and its communications with public officials.

In the newspaper’s story, REBNY president Steven Spinola seems to make a direct connection between the financial support and the industry-favorable policy to which it gives rise.

In a memo to REBNY members seen by the newspaper, Spinola said that based on private meetings with Cuomo, the Senate majority leader [Dean Skelos or Jeffrey Klein] and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, he had come to a clear conclusion: REBNY’s “past efforts to maintain a personal and supportive relationship was critical in shaping the outcome” of legislation.

“Our future ability to adopt favorable legislation, stop terrible legislation or modify legislation to limit the pain to our industry is directly tied to our continued positive relationship,” Spinola continued in the memo.

- See more at: http://therealdeal.com/blog/2014/07/24/rebnys-influence-over-cuomo-laid-bare/#sthash.BJYwrSOI.dpuf

Anonymous said...

For the first time in years I refrained from voting in the midterm election. I could not bring myself to vote for a corrupt and evil man like Cuomo or the laughable little twit who was running against him. It's a very state of affairs that we haven't come any further than the Tweed/Tammany Hall era. Maybe the situation is even worse now because there are higher stakes and the REBNY is more powerful than the state or federal government.

Anonymous said...

9:17am here. I meant to say "very sad state of affairs," but I'm sue my sentiments were clear enough!5630

Anonymous said...

Is there a way for me to filter out off topic posts that contain the word "REBNY" ?

Anonymous said...

Lowest Voter Turnout since 1934

http://www.newsday.com/news/region-state/negative-ads-voter-indifference-blamed-for-low-election-turnout-experts-say-1.9601376

Anonymous said...

According to NY1, the DOB was very sloppy and tardy in putting into place protocols to prevent more crane accidents than we have already had. Not surprising that they allow CW to get away with so much here. Obviously, their dirty palms are greased.

"A scathing report by City Comptroller Scott Stringer's office found that the city failed to put in place several safety recommendations in the wake of two deadly crane collapses in Manhattan.

The Department of Buildings shelled out nearly $6 million to private consultants who made 65 safety recommendations after the collapses in March and May of 2008.

The first occurred in Turtle Bay, the second on the Upper East Side.

According to Stringer's report, six years later, a third of the recommendations went nowhere and only eight have been put in place.

The report also finds 17 were partially put in place and 18 were listed as "in progress."

Anonymous said...

"Is there a way for me to filter out off topic posts that contain the word "REBNY" ?"

Prolly not, but you could always go back to the TA Facebook and continue your hall monitoring!

Anonymous said...

8:35 you are right.

The DOB is a failure. The number of NYC buildings in disrepair, unmaintained, and allowed to further decay, the number of outstanding violations, and the number of violations quietly marked "resolved" while turning a blind eye and deaf ear to the infraction makes the DOB deserved of being shut down.

PCVST had our own crane collapse on the First Ave Loop which Town & Village covered, then rewrote the article three times to cover up for MacArthur and the DOB. The DOB is thick as all the thieves in the sale of PCVST and mass evictions here. And who is personally overseeing and checking the PCVST construction DOB process?

We are not in good hands.

On top, it's singular focus on construction with lack of regard for diligence on existing buildings fails New Yorkers while fueling Developers.
No one living in New York is in good hands.
Only those developing here, pocketing the money, and living elsewhere.

Anonymous said...

Enjoy Veterans Day STR.

Thanks for your service then and now.

Stuy Town Reporter said...

Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Yes, STR. Happy Veterans Day.

Thank you for service for our country and for us tenants of PCVST. This place was built for men (and women) like you and what has been done to it is an insult and a sin.

Anonymous said...

Happy Veterans Day to all Veterans who live here.

Can you imagine Rob Speyer in the military? He'd kak his pants at the first sign of combat! Him and his fat-assed daddy! I bet they both managed to avoid the draft and would have dressed up as girlies and gone to Canada if pressed!

Anonymous said...

Well said, 10:06 AM. I hope that Stringer and the new AG (when she's confirmed) will have the balls and decency to do something about the horrendously dangerous state of affairs in NYC concerning the corrupt and inept DOB. I also hope they go after the goons who run this place and expose us to constant construction and demolition which is NOT done in a professional or legal manner. I would love to see Andy Mac's ass in jail.

As for T&V, it's a garbage RE rag and takes its orders from the LL. I remember when the original owner (the father of the current weasel who owns it) was alive. It was one of the most "yellow journalism" rags of all time. It was atrocious and it hasn't got a hell of a lot better. Laws of libel get in the way of it being as bad as it used to be under the evil old man.

Stuy Town Reporter said...

>>This place was built for men (and women) like you and what has been done to it is an insult and a sin.<<

And for "families of moderate means" so that they "might live in health, comfort and dignity in park-like communities."

A real shame and scandal as to what it has turned into.

Anonymous said...

All good people of STUYTOWN;

complain and file reports and all forms on bogus rent, Mci and increases at:

DHCR

complain to dhcr. ALL OF US.

Anonymous said...

7:14 No one will complain because no one cares anymore about this place.

Anonymous said...

Today Sunday: the noise level from the winter tent inside playground 11 is too much! and non stop!
The shouts from 100 people playing games inside is continuous & very loud.
10 stuy oval tenant

DONTEVERCALLME BRO said...

Anony 4.03 PM

At the TA FB page, somebody posted some inside pictures of this monstrosity. So somebody posted this comment on that thread which currently has 6 likes.

"We're thrilled with the addition. Great winter option for the kids."

Can somebody go over to that tread and ask these fools if they actually live in apartments that face Playground 11? Ask them how their laundry rooms are doing these days? Clueless is too kind a word for these people.

Tommyboyardee said...

Dear neighbor, remember management said they would monitor the noise levels. I have to ask, at what time does noise start & end. I anticipate when the Adult leagues start (residents & their guests) the influx of traffic & noise will multiply. Please keep us informed. I do hope this place could work.

DONTEVERCALLME BRO said...

Another comment at the Playground 11 tent thread .Now currently with 4 likes and counting. “I am wondering if Mr. XXX has any positive thoughts regarding our wonderful home. So many of us enjoy our environment and appreciate rather than criticize almost everything. Relax and look around...pretty nice place to live.” Line to come (and you know its coming): “If you don’t like pay-to-play and noise in PCVST, move to…………”

Anonymous said...

I will tell that poster why they get no reply from the Dhcr - because they are in on the sham. They are one and the same as NYc real estate landlords and developers.

Anonymous said...

DHCR, DOB, REBNY: all make a daisy chain to service each other.