Corrections and clarifications

February 03, 2011 05:55PM

Correction: In a Feb. 3 Web story, The Real Deal reported on data from Trepp, which listed the loan on the Falchi Building in Long Island City as non-performing beyond maturity. Trepp has since acknowledged an error in the data and informed The Real Deal that the loan is in fact current, with interest payments being made from a lockbox.

Correction: In a Feb. 4 Web story, The Real Deal misidentified Sofia Estevez’s company affiliation. She is an executive vice president at TF Cornerstone.

Correction: In a Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly described the nature of a building sale at 20 West 47th Street.

Clarification: When asked how many buildings are enrolled in the NYSERDA program, a representative for Steven Winter Associates provided The Real Deal with false information.

Clarification: In a story in the February issue called ‘Entrepreneurs rush into NYC
real estate market,’ Buyfolio’s Matthew Daimler stated that it cost
him nearly $7,000 to receive a listings feed from RealPlus. It cost
Daimler that amount because he is receiving a direct feed from
RealPlus in order to create proprietary software. Real estate
brokerages, however, can access the RLS data for $100 per month or
$995 per year by subscribing to the RealPlus search application.

Correction: In a Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly identified the name of the landlord.

Correction: In a Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly identified two investments in a Madison International Realty fund.