622A President, 622 President and 624 President were all built to the same plans by the same developer and cost cutting measures such as not completing walls between the buildings above the ceiling level of an apartment and filling in voids with rubble were employed in the construction of all three buildings.
The three buildings are known as the three sisters. At this time 622A President Street is a 4 unit coop building owned by 622A President Street Owners Corporation. 622 and 624 are individually owned and both of them are 4 rental units, 1 for each floor.
Each floor in 622A President Street is roughly 550 square feet.
Holly and Spencer, a nice young married couple bought the third floor from Charles and Martha. They began a plaster and paint job before moving in and found the plaster to be in such bad shape that large chuncks of the walls fell off as they scrapped, so they changed the mission to a full renovation which included knocking down walls, expanding the bathroom and lot's of other work.
Holly and Spencer were wonderful partners in the building. They were communicative and cooperative. The entry of the building was looking a little dingy and since they had experience doing tile work they offered to retile the entry. Needless to say all three of the other owners agreed to this and the entry now displays their wonderful skill at tilework!
When Holly and Spencer decided to have a family they found the little 550 square apartment too small for their needs, so they sold to another young couple, Ben and Lenna.
Ben and Lenna, like Charlse and Martha, and Holly and Spencer took on the COOP secretarial duties. They were always cooperative and communicative in dealing with their fellow shareholders. Like Holly and Spencer when they began to expand their family they moved on to a bigger place.
In December of 2005 Chris Sahm bought the shares and lease for Apartment 3 of 622A President street from Holly & Spencer. Chris turned out to be not as good a partner as prior owners of the third floor unit had been. Chris, like Rajeev Subramanyam who bought the 4th floor at about the same time, never put out his trash and recycling properly. He expected the other residents of the building to sort his trash for him.
Chris got into graduate school at Stamford and moved to the west coast. Upon moving his sister began to sublet the third floor. She had an attitude similar to Chris's expecting that others would short her trash and that she did not have to help with anything in the building. Never did either of them shovel snow or help with anything else in the building.
Chris Sahm was killed in a car accident and his mother and sister could not keep up the mortage payments or the maintence payments on the unit and shortly before it was to be foreclosed they short sold unit three to Kyle Taylor Esquire a recent law school graduate.
Richard was always helpful and cooperative in the running of the building and while not living in the building took a real interest and active role in building management and problem solving.
Keske and Wynkoop jointly own 60% of the shares in the coop and have proprietary leases on 3 of the 5 habitable floors of the building.
Kyle Taylor Esquire and Rajeev Subramanyam have made false representations to the court and backed up those false representations with documents that were missing pages, missing the very pages that show that the situation was the opposite of what they represented to the court.
After the evidence of their attempt to corrupt the court was brought to light with documents obtained by subpoena, Kyle Taylor, an attorney, fled the country. In New York State any attempt by an attorney to mislead or deceive is a crime which can bring 3 years jail time. Kyle Taylor Esquire is still in the wind, but exercising his considerable monetary muscle remotely through hired guns Rishi Bhandari, Donald Conklin, Justin Bonano and Donald Sadrowski.
In a new Development Kyle Taylor has hired Judd Spray Esquire to represent him and 622A President Street Owners Corporation in a Federal Lawsuit against Everest National Insurance Company because they have refused to fund his war against the majority shareholders in the COOP. The fact that Kyle Taylor has no legal right to hire an attorney to begin a Federal lawsuit seems to not bother him in the least. Kyle Taylor seems to just keep violating New York Judiciary Law 487 and laughing at New York Authorities from across the border in Canada.
Rajeev Subramanyam, a Vice President at American Express and a recently nationalized United States Citizen appears to be mostly silent, only signing documents or speaking under instruction of Kyle Taylor. Unfortunantly for Mr. Subramanyam some of the documents he has signed could get him into big trouble.
Since people who hear about this saga of a pair of millenials trying to push a pair of senior citizens out of the place they have called home since 1995 find it to incredible to believe it is time to display court documents to the public.