This Week in Comments  

New York /
Jul.July 11, 2008 03:15 PM

 
From comments posted this week on The Real Deal’s daily blog.

Rangel has 4 rent-stabilized units

Friday, July 11
Anonymous:
Why the government would create a system that would aide the old rich guys and hurt the young struggling workforce is beyond reason. The system doesn’t work – it should be scrapped for a market rate system with vouchers that aid the needy.

Columbia buys Nebraska Meat building
Thursday, July 10
Anonymous:
What a joke – $7M for a 20,000 sq/ft building in the middle of nowhere – that place is worth $4M tops … Paying premiums like this just makes the hold outs richer than they otherwise would have been and proves that extortion still works in NYC.
 
$80 million listing at 15CPW
Tuesday, July 8
Anonymous:
If this thing sells, I got a bridge I want to sell to the buyer.
 
Roxy nightclub could return
Tuesday, July 8
Anonymous:
This must happen!! NY life is becoming banks and pharmacies….pathetic
 
Swig sells UWS rental buildings
Tuesday, July 8
Anonymous:
My lord you tenants are desperate … You are like Gollum in the Lord of the Rings – pathetically seeking the big payday that you pray is coming to bring your lives salvation.


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