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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Real Estate

The New York Post reports that New York’s enormous real estate market has become one giant Money Laundering Machine.

More and more, in the past half-century, America has been on guard for staying communist influence with the World Bank; Intercepting widespread systematic

Counterfeiting of U.S. currency by Japan and others; and strong-arming Switzerland to release Nazi Gold and to lose their shoddy misshapen secret bank routine, beloved by international criminals and moviegoers alike.

But times have changed. Communism appears to be taking a nap; and Iran doesn’t need to go to the trouble and expense to print phony fifty-dollar bills since the United States has agreed to provide them with 3,000,000,000 real fifty-dollar-bills for free

Just a door or two down from America’s first, oldest and most famous Shatnez laboratory - founded before the U.S. entered World War II - another Lee Avenue address has gained prominence in recent years.

UPS, the United States Postal Service and others have long seen the value to customers of having somewhere else for their mail to go besides their home or office.

With many of the landlords in Brooklyn’s  Chassidic neighborhoods pursuing the namelessness of a P.O. or other mailbox, 199 Lee

The outer boroughs have been on par with Manhattan this past year in regards to giant real estate developments. Five of the 10 highest square footage new development permit applications in New York City were for the outer boroughs. Long Island City and the Bronx were at the top of the list of areas containing major new real estate projects.

The largest development proposed in 2015 was SL Green Realty’s One Vanderbilt in Midtown East. The tallest tower outside Manhattan is set to be in

City records show that the well known real-estate mogul, Daniel Brodsky, who serves as board chairman for the Metropolitan Museum of Art faces hundreds of outstanding violations, over dozens of properties.

Daniel Brodsky, director of The Brodsky Organization, owns, manages and oversees buildings in Manhattan — and almost all of 45 prime sites have collected a number of violations from the Buildings Department and other agencies, reports The New York Post.

His tenants claim that “regular

1903 West Farms Road, Bronx

Monadnock Construction is planning a 15-story, 184,000-square-foot affording rental rental building near the Bronx River in West Farms, part of A 10-building development. The structure will house 185 apartments spread across 169,000 square feet of residential spaces. It will also contain two retail spaces totaling 3,900 square feet, as well as 11,000 square feet for a clinic and a community facility. Dattner Architects is designing.

413 East 120th Street