This Week in Comments

TRD NEW YORK /
Jul.July 25, 2008 05:23 PM

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

Pols want Tishman to pay tenants’ legal bills
Wednesday, July 23

Anonymous:
Politics at its worst. Clearly you can’t pass a law that singles out one entity and do you really want a law that requires the loser of every court case to pay the other side’s legal bills? Such a law would hurt the little guy more than anything.

The biggest problems in New York City real estate
Wednesday, July 23

Anonymous:
The biggest issue in Manhattan real estate and elsewhere is that banks have no cash. There are plenty of well heeled buyers who still desire to invest in Manhattan real estate, but we keep hearing about banks showing up at closings without the money to fund the purchase of a property.

15 CPW announces retailers
Tuesday, July 22

Anonymous:
WOW! Just what the Upper West Side needed: an 11,000 sq ft bank.


Hearst’s UES co-ops sell for $36.5M

Tuesday, July 22

Anonymous:
She has more silicon in her face than the valley itself.


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