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Love them or hate them, the Occupy Wall Street movement appears to be gaining greater potency despite the best efforts of major financial institutions and monied interests to dismiss them, hoping they’ll disperse in advancing winter. Maybe not so ironically the locus of their protests lies in cavernous downtown Manhattan warrens of office buildings and recently converted condo projects, many of which had been grist for fee generating real estate trades and securitizations in the frenzied run up to the financial cataclysm of a few years ago.

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