George Sherman: The patient developer


On Monday, April 11, George Sherman was profiled in the business section of the StarTribune as construction continues on the $132 million refinance and rehabilitation of the iconic Riverside Plaza. "Four years into a real estate recession that's busted developers from the urban core to the cornfields, George Sherman is still standing.  "If I had to do it over again, I would have stopped building sooner and sold more faster," said the veteran developer and project owner. "I was fortunate. I had at least one tire getting traction throughout."  Sherman, 57, an analytical biochemist by training, has a lighter wallet these days. But he still has a future as a developer...." Read Full Article » www.StarTribune.com