Written by Kathryn Farrell on June 25, 2014
Alan Gorelick, the former executive vice president of the Manhattan property-management firm Saparn Realty, pleaded guilty yesterday to stealing $2.6 million from approximately 30 buildings he used to manage. He was convicted in Manhattan Supreme Court of second-degree grand larceny, criminal possession of a forged instrument and scheming to defraud.
Written by Mitch Warner on April 22, 2014
Polar vortexes and five feet of snow weren't the only things sending shivers through New York City co-op and condo boards this past winter — so did the arrest of property manager Alan B. Gorelick, leading many boards to ask a pair of unsettling questions: Are we insured against theft? If so, is our insurance adequate?
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