The Real Deal Magazine

The Real Deal Magazine

Jun 18, 2019 未分类 by wh1

The October issue is live! Inside: NYC’s dirty real estate money, predicting the next “Big Short” & more

Earlier this year, the financial world was rocked when federal authorities seized a sizable stake in The Park Lane Hotel. The feds had been investigating whether a Malaysian economic development fund bankrolled the hotel with laundered cash.

The scandal ensnared global banks, high-profile politicians and New York City developers (even if they weren t complicit in the alleged scheme). And while it serves as an extreme example of money laundering in Manhattan, it points to the city s real estate as a prime spot to park dirty money.

In the cover story for our October issue, The Real Deal investigates how the rise in nontraditional funding for New York City s commercial real estate may further open the door to questionable deals.

Meanwhile, in another shadowy sphere of the industry, we examine the underbelly of New York’s Chinese real estate scene for Chinese immigrants, a billion-dollar housing market that is quite opaque. We also looked at China s biggest property tycoons in the New York City area, which includes the heads of Dalian Wanda Group and Anbang Insurance Group. Some of the moguls have unusual backgrounds, including soldi爱上海同城对对碰

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Then, we ask: Are we about to witness the next “big short?” Increasingly, industry observers are sending out warning signals that the next real estate downturn could be around the corner, if it’s not already here. As a result, the m爱上海同城

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A profile of th爱上海龙凤419桑拿

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Elsewhere in the issue, there are stories on developer Michael Shvo facing tax fraud charges, the Howard Hughes Corporation’s watered-down vision fo阿爱上海同城

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some of the most explosive real estate lawsuits filed this year.

In our Closing interview, veteran developer Donald Zucker talks about his childhood in South Brooklyn, his aversion to retiring and his friendships with Bill de Blasio and Glenwood Management s Leonard Litwin.

To read the October issue of The Real Deal, click here or on the “Magazine” tab on the top left of the homepage. Enjoy! Miriam Hall

Tags: chinese buyers, Michael Shvo, Money Laundering
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