The new owners, who’ve come under criticism in their other complexes, promise improvements at the 267-unit Stony Run complex on Hurley Ave.
A Nassau County-based real estate company has been expanding its holdings in the Hudson Valley and some tenants are not happy. The conflict is playing out against a backdrop of concerns about gentrification and renewed activism among renters which has already resulted in the passage of a state law increasing tenant protections.
Daniel Goldstein, managing partner of E&M Management, the owners of local residential properties like 217-unit Sunset Garden, said his company has been painted in an inaccurate and unfavorable light by some residents and Town of Ulster officials.
‘I have matters of infestation, both rats and roaches,” said Town of Ulster Business Inspector Kathy Moniz. “I have floors that are lifting. We’ve had sewer backups that were not taken care of like they’re supposed to be, which led to an issue of sanitation.’
Renters at Sunset Garden Apartments in Ulster are speaking out about numerous maintenance and billing issues they say they’ve had