SBT Cooperators for Mitchell Lama Meeting

  Last Wednesday night’s Southbridge Towers Cooperators for Mitchell Lama meeting crowded the community room, and once it began many questions were asked regarding reconstitution as a private co-op (better late than never). Paul Hovitz oversaw the meeting. A few responses to questions include: Residents that opt out and become renters are not subject to assessments, which would…

Investigation

The SBT Cooperators for Mitchell Lama and Shareholders Association initiated action contested the election results of privatization at Southbridge Towers immediately after the polls closed, and has engaged an attorney. This action forced DHCR to order that  “the voting machines and proxies be secured” for an in-depth review. A recent letter sent to all co-operators by Wally Dimson, the president of the BoD…

More Curbed

This link leads to a long post at Curbed.com that is informative, in a round-about way, despite its long-windedness and awkward English. Everyone living at Southbridge should make an effort to read through all of it. we also never had any heating system installed not even a hot water heater that you will find in a shanty. over…

On NY Curbed

This link at Curbed is interesting if only for the comments. Examples: I mean, ew. Who would pay a mill to live there. And this one: Without a serious revamp these towers will still be very far from current market rates in the area found at 5 Beekman, 20 Pine, 15 Broad and 15 William…. and I…