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Economic Studies, Architecture, Real Estate, New York City Studies


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Economic Studies, Architecture, Real Estate, New York City Studies

30 review for High Rise: How 1,000 Men and Women Worked Around the Clock for Five Years and Lost $200 Million Building a Skyscraper

  1. 4 out of 5

    Linet Henry

    High Rise is a brilliantly funny book, particularly if you have ever been involved in real estate in anyway, or if you have ever lived in Manhattan and wondered about the buildings. Jerry Adler manages to capture the complicated nuances of the financial and legal structures of real estate development as well as the relationships between the people involved and how all the physical structures and logistical challenges influence the seemly simple task of erecting a building. Adler's style is casual High Rise is a brilliantly funny book, particularly if you have ever been involved in real estate in anyway, or if you have ever lived in Manhattan and wondered about the buildings. Jerry Adler manages to capture the complicated nuances of the financial and legal structures of real estate development as well as the relationships between the people involved and how all the physical structures and logistical challenges influence the seemly simple task of erecting a building. Adler's style is casual and informative balancing exposition with storytelling in way that keeps you completely engaged.

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