Online October 17, 2015:
>>“The tenants are going to insist that the owners work directly with them
and with the city to develop a responsible plan to protect the
long-term affordability of the place,” City Councilman Dan Garodnick, a
lifelong resident of Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village, said in an
interview this week. “The ownership has changed more times in the last
handful of years than it had since its creation and tenants want to see
this issue resolved for good.”<<
The deal became official Tuesday, October 20th, with word about it coming a day and even two days earlier.
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