June 24th 2014
The Real Deal
The funniest and most insightful comments on NYC real estate
From the June issue: In this month’s in their words feature, we hear from attorney Stuart Saft, who touches on the environmental impacts of his job. Developer Shaya Boymelgreen talks about how $50 million in judgments against his company has left him hard-pressed for money. Lastly, Warburg Realty’s Jason Haber coins a new term for buyers’ frustration with low inventory levels.