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  1. This Week on TRB – Financial Solutions commented on Jan 13

    […] This week we moved into our new office space on Bryant Park in New York City. You can read about the details of how Newmark Knight Frank helped us at New York City Biz List. The phones are up, the internet is working and the furniture is dribbling in a little each day. Now we have to unpack These were the most read posts on the site this week, in case you missed it: … Source: […]

  2. Bloomberg: Taxpayers Should Never Subsidize Stadiums – Courtier en Bourse commented on Jul 17

    […] MĂŞme si je voudrais que New York aide ma firme Ă  payer nos bureaux Ă  Bryant Park je suis capitaliste et je prĂ©fère que nous payions notre propre loyer. Comme d'autres entreprises situĂ©es Ă  Manhattan, nous payons Ă©galement une taxe de sĂ©jour de 6% sur tout notre loyer de plus de 250 000 $. Si nous devons le faire, pourquoi les Dolans – qui possèdent les Knicks et les Rangers – ou les Steinbrenners, les propriĂ©taires des Yankees, ou les Doubledays, qui possèdent les Mets. Avons-nous commis une erreur en ne demandant pas de subvention aux contribuables avant nous avons dĂ©mĂ©nagĂ© en janvier ? […]

  3. Bloomberg: Taxpayers Should Never Subsidize Stadiums | commented on Jul 17

    […] As much as I’d like New York City to help my firm pay for our offices on Bryant Park, I am a capitalist, and prefer us to pay our own rent. Like other firms located in Manhattan, we also pay a 6 percent city tax on all of our rent over $250,000. If we have to, why don’t the Dolans — who own the Knicks and Rangers — or the Steinbrenners, owners of the Yankees, or the Doubledays, who own the Mets. Did we make an error not demanding a taxpayer subsidy before we moved in January? […]

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