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August 11, 2019

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De Blasio got mortgage from bank founded by brother of landlords in controversial $173M deal with the city
By MICHAEL GARTLAND
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS |
AUG 05, 2019 | 12:01 AM

De Blasio got mortgage from bank founded by brother of landlords in controversial $173M deal with the city
Chirlane McCray and her husband Bill de Blasio leave their house in the Park Slope neighborhood in the Brooklyn borough of New York. (Mark Lennihan/AP)
Mayor de Blasio got mortgages on his Park Slope homes from a bank founded by the brother of men who received $173 million from the city in a controversial real estate deal, The Daily News has learned.

The bank de Blasio secured the mortgages from is Wall Street Mortgage Bankers, which operates under the name Power Express Mortgage Bankers, city Finance Department records show.

The bank’s treasurer, secretary, former president and founder is Abraham Podolsky, public records and multiple sources revealed.

Stuart Podolsky (L), George Dfouni (C) and Jay Podolsky (R), pictured in an undated photo.
Stuart Podolsky (L), George Dfouni (C) and Jay Podolsky (R), pictured in an undated photo. (New York Daily News/New York Daily News)
Abraham is the brother of slumlords Jay and Stuart Podolsky, who earlier this year sold 17 buildings to the city for $173 million. Abraham did not respond to several messages.

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