Corrections and Clarifications

TRD New York /
Jul.July 15, 2011 07:11 PM

Correction: In a July 8 column, Kenneth Harney misidentified the Independent Community Bankers of America as the Independent Community Bankers Association. 

Correction: Citing a Downtown Express article in a July 15 web story, The Real Deal incorrectly said the DOB changed residents’ keys. In reality, the building superintendent at 35 Market Street changed the keys and effectively locked out tenants.

Correction: In a July 19 web story, The Real Deal incorrectly characterized a Related Companies proposal for Pier 57.

In a July 20 web story, The Real Deal sourced an article from the New York Post that misidentified the brokers involved in Jeff Sutton and SL Green’s purchase of the retail space at 747 Madison Avenue. Ken Zakin, of Newmark Knight Frank Capital Group, was the lead investment sales broker. Newmark’s Kenneth Hochhauser was the retail leasing broker.

Correction: In a July 26 web story The Real Deal mistakenly said the building at 330 East 61st Street was built specifically for Sports Club/LA. It was merely built for a fitness center.

In a July 1 magazine story, The Real Deal mistakenly identified Moshe Balalo as an agent at Blu Realty. Balalo is a co-founder of Blu.

In a July 28 Web story, The Real Deal mistakenly identified the owner of the Gansevoort South hotel in Miami as the Chetrit Group. Chetrit actually turned over the hotel to an affiliate of Credit Suisse in 2010.

In a July 26 Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly stated the homeowner’s connection to Hummus Kitchen. He is an investor.

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