The hedge fund angrying up the waters in Stuyvesant Town’s foreclosure has filed a testy response in federal court to the firm controlling the 11,200-unit property, complete with colorful legal vituperation. The fund, Appaloosa Investment, is suing the special servicer that controls the property for taking the complex through a foreclosure process against the will of certain Read More
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