Corrections and clarifications

New York /
Nov.November 06, 2009 01:11 PM

Correction:
An article on The Real Deal Website on Nov. 5 incorrectly reported Madison 92nd Street had stopped making payments to GE Capital. In fact, Madison continued to make monthly payments, but they were late and in arrears, a company spokesman said.

Correction: An article on The Real Deal Web site on Nov. 17 incorrectly stated that Tamir Sapir, head of the Sapir Organization, was involved in the note purchase, but he was not. He  is a partner with HFZ as the controlling shareholder of Polar Investments, a publicly-traded Israeli company for which Ziel Feldman, who was involved in the crane note purchase, is the chairman.

Correction: An article on The Real Deal Web site on Nov. 19 incorrectly stated that chain retailer Bang Bang was a stand-alone store located in the West Village.

Correction: An article on The Real Deal Web site on Nov. 19 incorrectly stated that the Limelight Marketplace was in negotiations to bring in three restaurants. It is in negotiations to bring in four restaurants.

Correction: An article on The Real Deal Web site on Nov. 24 incorrectly stated that the New York Mortgage Trust is now defunct.


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