Corrections and clarifications

TRD New York /
Mar.March 01, 2010 01:10 PM

Correction: An article in the March 2010 edition of The Real Deal, “Recession prompts more broker poaching,” incorrectly reported where FirstService Real Estate Advisors is based. It is based in Seattle.

Correction: The “At the desk of” feature with Jeff Winick in the February 2010
issue incorrectly reported that Winick negotiated the first lease for
Starbucks in Manhattan. That lease was handled by David Firestein,
president of Northwest Atlantic Real Estate Services in White Plains,
N.Y. Winick was involved with other leases for the coffee chain in
Manhattan.

Correction: In an August 27, 2009 story on The Real Deal Website, Carriage House faces $20M in lender suits, the developer was incorrectly identified. The developer is Broad Mill Development Group.

Clarification: In a Web item on March 15, 2010, The Real Deal cited a Crain’s story, which inaccurately reported the square footage of office space that the NYU medical center uses. Crain’s has subsequently corrected its story.

Correction: In a Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly stated that Uptown Partner’s February 2009 bankruptcy filing was due in part to the Fifth on the Park development. It was not.


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