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David W. Schostak

Chief Executive Officer

Schostak Brothers & Company Inc

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Schostak Brothers & Company Inc

17800 Laurel Park Drive, North Suite 200C

Livonia, Michigan,48152

United States

Company Description

About Schostak Brothers & Co.: Schostak Brothers & Company currently operates commercial properties in 19 states as a full-service real estate development, management, leasing and consulting company. Since 1920, the company's activities have included developme...more

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www.jrladetroit.com

David Schostak (Treasurer)
President Schostak Brothers & Company


schoolcraftconnection.com

"Northville Park Place is positioned as a prominent and scenic new retail destination, designed to energize the community and serve as a valuable civic resource and a popular social hub," said Schostak Bros & Co's CEO David Schostak, speaking to Patch.com.
According to Schostak's website, the redesigned Park Place will feature "many amenities, including water ponds with floating fountains, an elevated waterfall, walkable paths, a gathering area and outdoor seating throughout the property," as well as "a wide variety of perennials, ornamental grasses and flower features.]Several popular restaurants and businesses have already committed to opening up a show in Northville Park Place, including local, Michigan-based restaurants such as Granite City Food & Brewery, Rusty Bucket and BurgerFi, along with larger national chains such as Sherwin Williams, Chipotle and Jimmy John's.


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David Schostak (Treasurer)
President Schostak Brothers & Company


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"We've monitored this bankruptcy for several years and are looking forward to the continued expansion and diversification of our portfolio as a result of this sizeable retail acquisition," David Schostak, Co-CEO of Schostak Brothers & Company, Inc., said in the announcement.


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The bill was supported by nearly all the big players in Michigan's commercial real estate industry, who warned of a huge blow to the market if the judgment against Schostak Bros. co-CEO David Schostak and a Schostak-controlled company, Cherryland Mall LP, was allowed to stand.
A Grand Traverse County judge ruled that David Schostak, who had guaranteed a commercial loan for the mall that went into foreclosure, was personally liable for the amount owed. David Schostak, who, along with Bobby and Mark, is one of the three Schostak brothers referenced in the company's name, guaranteed an $8.7-million commercial loan in 2002 for Cherryland Mall, a shopping center the firm invested in and managed. Bernard Financial Group President Dennis Bernard, who responded to a phone message left for David Schostak, said Schostak stayed away from the legislative effort "because of who his brother is." • Wells Fargo Bank v. Cherryland Mall LP: The appeals court in December upheld a $2.4-million judgment against David Schostak of Schostak Bros. related to a shopping mall foreclosure in Traverse City.


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