Gowanus Club - Don't Get Blinked .. Register/Hedge Blink Bets
Shake! Shimmy! Sweat! ...where the swamp meets, and sometimes invades, the slope...
10,000 sqft of gym space / 5,000 sqft of event space
A telling YELP review of BLINK PARK SLOPE : 12/3/2017
Has high hope for this location but it fails on many levels, will go to back to boerum hill which is better or sunsetpark when it opens. Not coming back unless I have no choice, go to another blink location.
Management sucks. Why? The staff doesn't want to be there especially one of the semi tall tan guy who is by the front desk. Just notupbeat or friendly.
Just terrible staff some of them.
Often dirty bathrooms, floors, sinks The staff doesn't care to maintain it. toilet always has crap or pee stains or unflushed
Horrendous plumbing issues. The shower pressure is literally a mist, the water takes 15 minutes to get lukewarm. The toilet have weak flushing power, very flawed plumbing.
The layout of the gym is 3 floors but very cramped hallway leading downstairs to changing room. It is the artic pole during the fall summer time , too cold in the locker room.
They close early random times & the staff literally kicks everyone out on the dot at closing. They seem to have annoying side random events there which makes them close at random times as well.
The location & building is terrible as there is no good restaurants, coffee or shops nearby, just unhealthy delis
This future Gowanus Club Location generously provided by the :
criminal actions of Jeffrey Simpson of Greystone and Referee Gregory Cerchione and the failures to act by: Greystone/Equinox/Blink (Stephen Rosenberg, Lisa Schwartz, Jeffrey Simpson, Elie Gabay, Jonathan Russel, Bill Miller, Todd Magazine, Dos Condon, Ashley Anderson) and Old Republic Title & PNC Bank( Bill Broekof, Sam Carlisi, Debbie Leonard, Gary Bregman, Teri Gallagher, Richard Johnson, William Demchak, Gregory Jordan, Joseph Rockey, Christi Davis).
... who have been aware of Blink's collection of your monies absent any ethical right for months, and in some cases, more than one year.
BLINK BLANK BLUNK - abandoned complaint = no foreclosure - MOREGreystone and Blink are at the mercy of the misrepresentation of foreclosure attorneys. GREYSTONE/BLINK PROBLEM - Two years and waiting for oral argument at AD2.
That is the unfortunate circumstance, but that circumstance has not stopped the flood of inquiries about the future of the Lyceum.
As we believe that the appeal is airtight and we want to get the word out about what the battle revolves around, we present this mini-argument for public consumption so the world can see how the system must work.
First Greystone commits forgery ... then Greystone lies to the Buildings Department ... then Greystone lies to Blink. Who gets the haircut? - MOREGreystone lies that may shut Blink Fitness down. Pigs get fat ... -
Hogs get slaughtered ...
Or so the saying goes. Greystone looks more hoggish by the day.
One would think that over promising in a commercial lease situation would lead to problems, even lawsuits.
This one looks like a doozie.
Greystone, despite their best attempts to ignore their own malfeasance in the soon to be invalidated purchase of the Brooklyn Lyceum, keeps creating their own problems.
For example.... take a look at Blink Fitness. They signed on for 15,000 +/- square feet of space in the Brooklyn Lyceum. Little did they know that, in order to build the adjacent building taller, Greystone had to tell the NYC Buildings Department that the uses in the Brooklyn Lyceum had to be a community facility.
And, guess what is not a community facility according to the NYC Buildings Department, commercial chain gyms.
In addition, Greystone never bothered to get a anew certificate of occupancy (CofO), a required process when significant changes have been made (altering exits adding or removing floors, excavation), and is instead attempting to have Blink Fitness occupy a brand new floor that does not even exist in the Certificate of occupancy they are using from 1943.
Wow. What will Stephen Rosenberg of Greystone do? Not do commercial in the base of a brand new residential building and give up some of that residential?
More likely they take the bullet now on the inevitable Blink lawsuit and suffer through whatever breakup will entail be it settlements or lawsuits.
Seems like a coverup of forgery by Jeffrey Simpson of Greystone - MOREHow many flat out lies will Avery S. Mehlman of Herrick and Feinstein commit for Greystone Avery Mehlman is a lawyer who lies and doubles down when caught in a lie. -
Former Kings County ADA seems to have forgotten all those don't commit perjury, don't misrepresent things to the court and don't violate due process tenets of being a lawyer.
Maybe that's what being a lawyer means nowadays. We feel sorry for those this cretin convicted as an ADA.
Read on to see the tricks of the trade employed by Avery S. Mehlman and, by extension, Herrick and Feinstein.
We wonder how long they can keep this rotten fish around.
Maybe he needs to hit an actual dozen lies in one case?
Let's see what lies Avery makes ....
We believe he is a crook - MOREGREGORY CERCHIONE - Criminal, Incompetent or Criminally Incompetent? Overview -
It is hard to tell if it is laziness, incompetence, hubris, greed or corruption. A case is can be made that is is a bit of all five, especially when the courts turn a blind eye to the problem.
What really remains to be seen is.... how much deed fraud is too much for the system of property transfer in NYC to withstand?
It is really quite simple. Deeds are the currency of real estate. There are strict rules that must be followed lest the whole thing go sideways.
It is so important that those rules are followed that whoever lends you money to buy real estate almost always requires that you get title insurance from someone who will research the chain of title step by step from time immemorial to the date of the transaction to make sure that you are getting something with a legit title. The title company insures the bank/buyer to the amount of the purchase price based on paying a premium.
- Sometimes Title Companies make mistakes. They pay for those to the amount of insurance.
- Sometimes Title Companies work fast and loose with the truth. They pay for those to the amount of insurance.
- Sometimes Title Companies don't do due diligence. They pay for those to the amount of insurance.
- Sometimes Title Company clients fraudulently induce them into insuring something. They either pay or tell their client that they are not required to pay because fraud cannot be the basis for a contract.
Where it gets really interesting is when the banks are too cozy with the developers and loan based on the property itself as collateral. If the buyer fails to pay they take the property. Simple, no?
But what happens if the deed itself is bad and there is no collateral for the bank to attach to?
LAST REVISION -- July 26, 2017 - MOREIs it really all that much to ask the courts to follow the law and the DA/US Attorney to prosecute violators of laws? OVERVIEW -
The Brooklyn Lyceum started out as the brainchild of the Boro of Brooklyn and architect Raymond Francis Almirall.The Lyceum/Public Bath opened on January 1, 1910 sporting a large indoor pool and showers for hundreds of locals without hot plumbing (they were cold water flats).
More to come ...
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