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Joseph Chetrit and Flatotel

Chetrit, Bistricer pay $180M for Flatotel

Joseph Chetrit and David Bistricer have closed on the 46-story, 289-room Flatotel property at 135 West 52nd Street for $180 million, Crain’s reported. A conversion into high-end residential condominiums is in the cards for...

Chetrit, Bistricer pay $180M for Flatotel
Developers sue Anglo Irish Bank for $1B

Developers sue Anglo Irish Bank for $1B

Developer Simon Elias and Flatotel Developers Simon Elias and Izak Senbahar of the Alexico Group are suing Anglo Irish Bank for $1 billion in a funding dispute over $500 million of loans that the...

Developers sue Anglo Irish Bank for $1B
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Anglo Irish Bank could close within months

Lender Anglo Irish Bank will cease to exist within a few months’ time, according to Ireland’s central bank. The...

Anglo Irish Bank could close within months
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Loans on Alexico-owned hotels hit market

Louise Sunshine and the Mark Anglo Irish New York is quietly selling loans on three upscale hotels owned by Alexico Group totaling $350 million to $400 million, industry sources told Crain’s. It was unclear...

Loans on Alexico-owned hotels hit market
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Loans on Alexico-owned hotels hit market

Louise Sunshine and the Mark Anglo Irish New York is quietly selling loans on three upscale hotels owned by Alexico Group totaling $350 million to $400 million, industry sources told Crain’s. It was unclear...

Loans on Alexico-owned hotels hit market
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Flatotel developers formally indicted for fraud

Flatotel at 135 W. 52nd St. in Midtown, Manhattan Mauricio Cohen Assor and son Leon Cohen-Levy, the developers and...

Flatotel developers formally indicted for fraud

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