Corrections and clarifications for April 2012

TRD New York /
Apr.April 02, 2012 04:00 PM

Correction: In the April issue of The Real Deal, the “Top deals of the month” feature incorrectly included Stephen Salmon of Salmon & Co.

Correction: In the April issue of The Real Deal, the article “Brooklyn’s Class A Woes” incorrectly gave Ali Esmaeilzadeh’s title as assistant vice president at Forest City Ratner. In fact, he is a vice president at the firm.

Correction: In the April issue of The Real Deal, the “Broker Exchange” did not accurately represent Zev Holzman’s promotion at Studley. Holzman was promoted to corporate managing director from managing director.

Correction: In an April 6 Web story The Real Deal didn’t characterize Enterprise Community Partners’ role in the Serviam Green project correctly. Enterprise Community Partners was a partner in the development of the building.

Clarification: The article Private equity firms snap up debt on small NYC rental buildings, which ran on The Real Deal website April 17, 2012, implied Eliezer Cohen was an owner of the firm. In fact he is an employee.

Correction: In an April 19 Web story, The Real Deal incorrectly identified Isaac Glasman’s most recent affiliation: Glasman was most recently with Massey Knakal. Also, Keystone’s offices are located at 580 Broadway.

Correction: In an April 20 Web story, misinformation provided to The Real Deal indicated that JRK Hotel Group owns and operates the Roger. However, JRK sold the property to LaSalle Hotel Properties, but continues to operate the hotel.

Correction: In an April 30 Web Story, The Real Deal incorrectly attributed a quotation. It was Vornado Realty Trust CEO Michael Fascitelli who said “We have a little issue there, but we’re trying to resolve it.”


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