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Architect’s widow sues Chetrit over death at Flatotel conversion

Architect’s widow sues Chetrit over death at Flatotel conversion

The widow of the architect who fell to his death last year at the Chetrit Group’s condo conversion of...

Architect’s widow sues Chetrit over death at Flatotel conversion
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Portion of profits from Chetrit’s Flatotel will be frozen pending money laundering allegations

Two Kazakh bigwigs who allegedly participated in an international money laundering scheme by stashing money in a Chetrit Group project won’t be able to access...

Portion of profits from Chetrit’s Flatotel will be frozen pending money laundering allegations
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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
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Alexico Group files for bankruptcy protection on two hotels

Four months after a court ruled debtholders could foreclose on its Alex Hotel and Flatotel properties in Midtown, Alexico...

Alexico Group files for bankruptcy protection on two hotels
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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