Corrections and clarifications

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Sep.September 08, 2009 05:12 PM

Correction: A photo caption in the September magazine story, “Shuttered firms put more property in play,” incorrectly identified the building in the photograph as the Livmor condo site in Harlem. It is 77 Hudson in Jersey City.

Correction: In the story “Simon Development expands with new opportunity fund,” The Real Deal incorrectly identified Eastern Consolidated as an existing asset fund manager.

Clarification: In the story “Empire State Building still in ’empty state,'” The Real Deal incorrectly stated that a 30,000-square-foot prebuilt office space had just been completed at the building. Thirty thousand square feet worth of prebuilt space was recently completed, but not in a single office suite.

Correction: In the story “Empire State Building still in ’empty state,'” The Real Deal incorrectly identified W & M properties as the manager of the building. The manager is actually W & H.

Correction: In a story from the September magazine, “New York’s biggest managing agents,”The Real Deal incorrectly identified Rose Associates Property Management as Rose Property Management.

Correction: In a story from the Web site, The Real Deal incorrectly identified Golden Gateway Financial as “Golden Gate.”


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