Charles Bagli

New York Times

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Reporter for the New York Times and author of Other People’s Money: Inside the Housing Crisis and the Demise of the Greatest Real Estate Deal Ever Made

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When New York's massive middle-class apartment complex Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village was sold in 2006, it was the biggest real estate deal in history: $5.4 billion — most of…

How the Biggest Real Estate Sale in History Went from Boom to Bust

When New York's massive middle-class apartment complex Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village was sold in 2006, it was the biggest real estate deal in history: $5.4 billion — most of…

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When New York's massive middle-class apartment complex Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village was sold in 2006, it was the biggest real estate deal in history: $5.4 billion — most of…

How the Biggest Real Estate Sale in History Went from Boom to Bust

When New York's massive middle-class apartment complex Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village was sold in 2006, it was the biggest real estate deal in history: $5.4 billion — most of…

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When the massive middle-class apartment complex  Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village  was sold in 2006, it was the biggest real estate deal in history -- $5.4 billion, most of which…

How the Biggest Real Estate Sale in History Went from Boom to Bust

When the massive middle-class apartment complex Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village was sold in 2006, it was the biggest real estate deal in history -- $5.4 billion, most of which…

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