Corrections and clarifications

TRD New York /
Jun.June 06, 2011 04:42 PM
Correction: In the original version of “Northwestern Re-ups in Coral Gables,” from June 2, 2011, Donna Abood was listed as representing the landlord, not the tenant, in an earlier version of this story. The error was on the part of the South Florida Business Journal.

Correction: In the original version of “Think Properties racks up ‘tsunami’ of listings,” from the June 2011 issue, The Real Deal incorrectly
stated that Hunter Gellin traveled to Thailand during the 2004
tsunami, when in fact it was Mark Shemel who made the trip.

Correction: The June 2011 magazine story “Mount Sinai: remade” incorrectly stated that 4 East 102nd Street, which is near completion, will be a condo building. The building will be a rental.

Correction: In a June 6 Web story The Real Deal cited a Brooklyn Paper story that incorrectly described the steps Whole Foods needs to take to proceed with plans for a Gowanus location. It only needs the approval of the Board of Standards and Appeals, according to a spokesperson for the Brooklyn Borough President’s Office.

Correction: In a June 10 Web story The Real Deal incorrectly listed the number of square feet in the townhouse, by citing a listing that included measurements for the cellar.

Correction: In the original version of the June 11 Web story “Home building charity for wounded vets to unveil state-of-the-art Staten Island property,” The Real Deal did not include the name of the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which partnered with Building Homes for Heroes in building war veteran Brendan Marrocco’s new Staten Island home.

Correction: In a June 20 Web story, The Real Deal cited incorrect information on the sale of 480 Humboldt Street found on Propertyshark.com. The property was not recently sold and the current owner is Joseph Torres.

Correction: In a June 20 Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly stated that Shimmie Horn’s Triumph Hotels empire had been at the center of a 2003 bribery scandal. In fact, it was Correctional Services Corporation, on which Horn served as a board member, that was involved in the scandal.


Correction:
A June 29 Web story mistakenly said Ashish Parikh, Hersha’s CFO, said the Hyatt48 Lex project is not moving forward. The acquisition is not moving forward, but the property is still scheduled to open in a couple of months.


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