Corrections and Clarifications: January 2012

Jan.January 05, 2007 02:00 PM

Correction: In a January issue story “Leasing Legends,” The Real Deal incorrectly identified Andrew Peretz as an executive director at Cushman & Wakefield. His correct title at the firm is executive vice president. In addition, Newmark Knight Frank’s Neil Goldmacher was incorrectly identified as an executive vice president. His correct title at Newmark is vice chairman and principal.

Correction: In a January issue story “Construction lending shackles loosen,” The Real Deal incorrectly attributed to Gregg Winter, president of financial firm Winter & Co., that it would cost $1,700 per square foot to build a boutique condo project that would qualify for a construction loan. He intended to say that the project would sell for $1,700 square foot or more.

Correction: A caption of Ilan Bracha incorrectly identified him as the CEO of Keller Williams NYC. He is in fact the company’s chairman.

Correction: A Jan. 18 Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly stated the year that John Zacarro purchased 200 Lafayette Street as 2006. In fact, his company purchased the building in 1980.

Correction: In a January Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly stated that Kennelly Development was the initial developer of 303 East 51st Street. In fact, the developer was an entity named East 51st Street Development LLC.

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