Corrections and clarifications

New York /
Oct.October 07, 2011 05:28 PM

Correction: In an October issue story, The Real Deal incorrectly stated that Halstead Property agent Renée Fishman won REBNY’s Rookie of the Year Award in 2010. In fact, she won it in 2009.


Correction:
 In October’s “Meet the Landlord,” The Real Deal misspelled a name. The correct spelling is: “Alan Ziess.”


Correction:
 In an Oct. 5 Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly stated that RXR Realty Chairman Scott Rechler anticipated investing as much as $18 billion in real estate over the next 18 months. He actually anticipates spending $3 billion.


Correction:
 In an Oct. 10 Web story, The Real Deal, based on incorrect information from Adweek, stated that the Guardian would be moving into the Onion’s space. While the Guardian is moving into the same building as the Onion at 236 Broadway, it is not taking over the Onion’s space.


Correction:
 In an Oct. 17 Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly stated that sales at 100 Luquer had launched Oct. 16. In fact, it is launching Oct. 23.

Correction: In an Oct. 21 Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly listed Amir Chaluts as a partner with Serge Hoyda in the ownership group that sold 180 Ludlow. However, according to Continental Ventures Realty, which partnered with BD Hotels to purchase the property, Chaluts was not involved in the previous ownership and is the CEO of Continental Vultures.


Correction:
An Oct. 24 Web story mistakenly said that prices at One57 start at $6,000 per square foot. There are some homes at the building with prices reaching that amount. 

Correction: An Oct. 24 Web story misspelled the name of Amy Nizwantowski’s firm. The correct spelling is Mediashop Public Relations.


Correction
: In the October issue story “Assessing Anglo’s auction,” The Real Deal incorrectly quoted Ben Thypin of Real Capital Analytics about the auction of Anglo Irish’s portfolio. The correct and full quote is: “No one but a bank could really afford to buy the performing loans, so the performers and non performers inevitably went to different buyers.”


Correction
: In an Oct. 28 Web story, The Real Deal referenced A Walk in the Park incorrectly stating that the land on which Forest City Ratner planned to develop a Brooklyn mall was owned by the New York City Parks Department. The land was not under the jurisdiction of that department, a spokesperson for the New York City Economic Development Corporation said.

Correction: In an Oct. 31 Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly characterized Related Companies’ involvement with Ruppert Playground. The park was built by the city but taken over by Related in 1983. Additionally, an earlier version of the art depicted a different park.

Correction: In an Oct. 31 Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly stated when occupancy is set to begin at the Fieldston Lofts in Riverdale. The condominium will be ready for occupancy in early 2012.


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