The Rudin Family
The New York Times family are supposed to be close friends with the Rudin Family.Is that the reason they ignored the closing of St. Vincent’s?
Even after the closing, they didn’t mention it once in a recent article about Quinn losing ground in the election. Obviously overlooking the fact that she no longer has support in the West Village, a very interesting oversight by the Times, they included every reason for her losing ground but the real one.
By the way, Rudin only owns 50% of the St. Vincent’s property. The other 50% is owned by Eyal Ofer, often written about as the richest man in Israel.
Do you think Mayor Bloombucks knew of the deal well before anyone else? Because it’s hard for me to imagine that the two aren’t close buddies?
Oh, Mr. Ofer didn’t stop at St. Vincent’s. He also got a deal onthe Salvation Army women’s residence.
I think it’s time for the richest man in Israel to stop making bucks by closing Christian properties to geta notch higher on the Fortune 500.