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Steve Bergsman has contributed to a wide range of magazines, newspapers and wire services for more than twenty-five years, including New York Times, Wall Street Journal Sunday, Global Finance, Executive Decision, Chief Executive, The Australian, Investment Dealer’s Digest, Reuters News Service and Copley News Service. He has been a regular contributor to the “Ground Floor” real estate column in Barron’s and has written for all of the leading real estate industry publications, including National Real Estate Investor, Institutional Real Estate Letter, Retail Traffic, Multifamily Trends, Real Estate Portfolio, Shopping Center World, Mortgage Banking and Urban Land.
For more information, follow Steve’s blog specializing in business and real estate at www.redroom.com/author/steve-bergsman.
on Sep. 07, 2011 :
Excellent book about our youth in Levittown. I was reminded of my early years in Levittown,NY. The book is a mixture of the history of the town and the Author's personal history in the 50s & 60s. Mr Bergsman reveals his personal thoughts, feelings and angst growing up during that time. It was like going home again. As Eddie Money says "I want to go back." A must read for anyone that grew up in post World War II Suburbia
(reviewed long after purchase)