Corrections and clarifications

TRD New York /
Feb.February 17, 2010 11:07 AM

Correction: Because of an error in a city Department of City Planning
document, The Real Deal incorrectly identified the building address in
the Feb. 15 Web story “City tech agency to lease 85K in 3 Metrotech.”
The correct address is 2 Metrotech Center.

The number of units listed for resale for 2009 cited by The Real Deal for each building
was incorrect due to a problem with the data provided by StreetEasy. The
correct numbers were recalculated by SteetEasy and are listed below:

Platinum: 7 Resale Units

Atelier: 102 Resale Units

20 Pine: 44 Resale Units

Orion: 91 Resale Units

15CPW: 34 Resale Units

The Plaza: 51 Resale Units

Additionally, SJP Properties, the developer of the Platinum, said the number
of resale units was lower than StreetEasy’s revised numbers, with the total
number of resale units at 4. The number of closings at the Platinum was also
incorrect. According to public property records on ACRIS, there were 169
closed units as of January 25th, The Real Deal’s deadline. The number of
closings at the building has since increased. SJP said there were 180
closings at the building as of Feb. 12, after the deadline for the story.

Correction: Because of an editing error, a Feb. 23 column written by Michael Stoler said two W hotels traded for $75 million each, when in fact, they traded for $75 million combined. 

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