Changes in Stuyvesant Town

Monday, October 28, 2002

Next spring, the State Legislature will vote, yet again, whether to continue New York's Rent Stabilization laws. It was back in 1997 when sweeping changes were made that allowed some of the more than one-million stabilized apartments to eventually become de-stabilized. Now, the city is seeing how the current law is
changing the populations and cultures of some buildings.

WNYC's Richard Hake visited Stuyvesant Town, that has been a haven for thousands of middle income and working class families.

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