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New York Magazine: Clash of the Utopias

At one of the meetings, in December 2006, Adam Rose, the co-president of Rose Associates who was managing Stuy Town’s operations at the time, set off alarms among the group when he told them it would be realistic to recover just 8 percent of the rent-stabilized apartments in the first year, which was almost double the historical average. The business…read more →

Reuters: Supreme Court won’t hear New York City rent case

WASHINGTON, April 23 (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to hear a constitutional challenge to a New York City rent stabilization law and regulations that control rent increases and evictions for nearly 1 million apartments. The justices turned down an appeal by a couple, James and Jeanne Harmon, who own and live in a small brownstone building…read more →

The New York Times: Tenant Sues to Stay Off List of Tenants Who Are Sued

November 2, 2011, 1:45 pm By ELIZABETH A. HARRIS James Whelan has a little piece of every New York tenant’s dream: a rent stabilized apartment. It’s a quiet one-bedroom on the Upper East Side where he has lived for 17 years, and it costs him less than $1,500 a month. But Mr. Whelan’s landlord, a limited liability company, says that…read more →