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Stuyvesant

Peter. ?1610--72, Dutch colonial administrator of New Netherland (later New York) (1646--64)
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Stuyvesant Town and Darcy Stacom, who sold the development
A man who has simply nodded at me every morning of my four years at Stuyvesant High School now needs to see identification before letting me in the school.
$1,200,000 bridge loan secured by a multifamily property in the Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood of Brooklyn.
21 December 2015 - Funds Managed by US-based investment firm Blackstone (NYSE: BX) and Ivanhoe Cambridge, a real estate subsidiary of Canadian fund manager Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec, have closed on the acquisition of Peter Cooper Village Stuyvesant Town in New York City, the firms said.
In November, Tishman Speyer and BlackRock entered negotiations with special servicer CWCapital to restructure $3 billion in debt for Stuyvesant Town, and speculation abounded that its reserves could be depleted before the close of 2009.
Fourth- through sixth-place awards of $15,000 each went to Bruce Mizrahi Haggerty, 18, of Stuyvesant H.S.; Aaron Michael Einbond, 17, of Hunter College H.S.
* The $725,000 sale of 840 Hancock Street in Stuyvesant Heights.
Stuyvesant Town could see dozens of new tenants in the new year, according to a statement released today from a spokesperson from Tishman Speyer.
Stuyvesant High School in New York City yielded four finalists, the largest number for a single high school this year.
By 1977, New York's Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corp.
"The sale of the Jefferson-Macdonough collection continues to show the demand for multifamily in the Stuyvesant Heights district within Bedford-Stuyvesant," said Riney.
Manhattan's East Siders are getting shafted when it comes to being able to enjoy the island's waterfront, according to William Oddo, a longtime Stuyvesant Town resident and former Community Board 6 member.