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Condos for short people: sold

There were some things his company couldn't fix. Ceilings in the tower were seven and a half feet high, about a foot and a half less than typically found in luxury condos. "He tried to squeeze an extra floor into the building," Mr. Radow says of the project's developer, William Matt. Mr. Matt declined to comment.

To help solve the height problem, Mr. Radow hired only sales people who weren't much taller than 5 feet. He sold all the units, and Lehman Brothers was thrilled

Go Ahead and Yell. He's Everyone's Punching Bag.
Published: November 22, 2009
Day in, day out, Norman Radow deals with the unpleasantries of the real estate mess. He works for lenders to revive developments gone awry.


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