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Recovery? A hard road lies ahead for all but the rich The crude answer is simple enough: if interest rates control inflation, you can't honestly include mortgage interest charges in your calculations. But if you risk losing your home when a housing bubble bursts, Does that feel like your reality? How

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From LIBOR rigging to market manipulation to systemically risky proprietary trading to mortgage fraud and abuse, there wasn't a single financial shitstorm in the past seven years that the Goode Ship Morgan hadn't found itself directly in the eye of

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These were the top 10 outer borough loans in November

The largest outer borough loan last month was once again in Long Island City.

The top loan in November was for $275 million for Tishman Speyer’s 28-10 Queens Plaza South, better known as the “JACX” office complex. Queens had four spots on the top 10 overall, while Brooklyn had five, the Bronx had one and Staten Island had none.

The loans were worth about $1.4 billion overall, and every loan in the top five cracked the $100 million mark. Major deals included $269 million from Newmark Knight Frank to the Blackstone Group for Parker Towers and $228 million from M&T Bank and BNY Mellon to Doug Steiner for Admiral’s Row.

The full list of the top 10 outer borough loans for November is as follows:

1.) Ozark – $275 million

The largest outer borough loan in November was $275 million from Bank of the Ozarks for Tishman Speyer’s “JACX” complex in Long Island City. The office development is located at 28-10 Queens Plaza South and includes a pair of 27-story towers that are already 75 percent leased, according to Tishman. This includes a 250,000-square-foot lease from WeWork that the co-working giant signed in 2016. The complex should be done by the end of 2019.

Fear of Flying

In my first column I promised unmitigated honesty, so let’s begin there. Since last writing, a buried detail from the accident has unearthed itself from my memory. The way I told it last month, once I recovered from the near stall-spin there was so little runway left, I simply had to put the airplane down even though the gear wasn’t extended. There might be a bit more to it than that.

The memory recovered is that I stood on the brakes as the airplane slid along the runway. This means I might not have made an active decision to land with the gear up. Yes, it’s possible the braking was just reflexive — or did I think the gear was down and I was trying to slow the airplane? I am still not sure. It’s interesting what the brain decides to retain when you’re sliding on your belly toward the end of a runway at breakneck speeds with smoke pouring through the vents and another person’s life is in your hands. It’s more interesting still to realize that what we believe to be the truth is to some extent colored, a coping strategy to lessen our anxiety or shame moving forward. Either way, there’s no room for it in aviation. Shine the light.

WHY BRAZIL PUBLISHED A UNIVERSAL RULE OF ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION instead of USA and ENGLAND?


WTF?!

You Brazilians can't even speak Portuguese (allegedly "your" language) right!