Corrections and clarifications

May.May 02, 2011 05:08 PM

Correction: The May 2011 magazine story “A new ‘Reade’ on the market” incorrectly stated that a building neighborhood Reade57 collapsed in 2009. That building was down the street and did not impact Reade57.

Correction: A May 2 Web story incorrectly stated that sales of the Residences at the Williamsburg at 135 North 11th Street began in March. The building opened with a launch party last June and a spokesperson said the building is now 75 percent sold and closings have just begun.

: A May 2 Web article incorrectly stated that Haunch of Venison bought the Robert Goff Gallery. The sale of the Goff gallery was unrelated to Haunch of Venison and Goff and his artists joined Haunch of Venison at a later date.

Clarification: In the May 5, 2011 website article “BGC Partners aims to increase revenue per Newmark broker,” it was not specified that the revenue per broker was for a single quarter, not the full year.

A previous version of the May 5 Web story “Law firm faces suit from lender at Turtle Bay crane collapse site” incorrectly stated the responsibilities of the lender and site developer.

Correction: The article Retail Rankings Revealed in the May 2011 edition of The Real Deal incorrectly characterized Jeffrey Roseman as having “led” New Spectrum Realty, when, in fact, he was not a partner there.

Correction: A May 6 Web item that cited information from Crain’s which was subsequently corrected, incorrectly said that L&L Holdings had the first right of refusal, when it actually has the first right of offer, on 475 Fifth Avenue.

Correction: In a May 9 Web story The Real Deal incorrectly stated that the city used eminent domain procedures to acquire Willets Point land. The city was approved for eminent domain, but has not used it and is in negotiations with the current landowners, a spokesperson said.

Correction: Due to a typographical error in the source article, The Real Deal incorrectly cited the square footage of Chelsea Piers’ new site in Stamford, Conn. It is approximately 400,000 square feet. 

: In a May 5 Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly stated that Michael Smith was the founder of Streeteasy. Doug Chertok founded the company and later hired Smith is as the CEO.

Correction: In a May 18 Web story, The Real Deal used an earlier pricing for RentJuice’s premium membership. It costs $59 per month for a single agent, or $129 per month for an office of up to 100 agents.

: In a May 18 Web story, The Real Deal  incorrectly spelled the name of developer Samer Hanini as Samer Janini.

Clarification: In a May 5 Web story, The Real Deal did not clearly state the fees Titan Real Estate agents pay the firm. Agents pay $475 per month for desk and advertising fees, plus $375 for deals with commissions greater than $2,000, or $250 for deals bringing in less than $2,000 commission for agents.

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