A graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School, Spitzer began his career working in the public and private sectors as as a clerk for a US Distrct Judge, as an attorney in a law firm and as a prosecutor in the Rackets Bureau of the Manhattan district attorney's office.He successfully prosecuted a case against a Mafia family and established his reputation as tough on crime.In March 2008 a story broke that named him as a client of a high-end prostitute ring that was under federal invesigation.
Spitzer could find himself dealing with tsunami-like conditions of a much more literal sort at 420 Kent in the not-too-distant future.
And sometimes, they’ll stick with these guys even after they themselves have been betrayed.
Start with Huma Abedin, who is still married to the disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner whose pornographic selfies and dalliances with women online were tabloid fodder for months last year, and go all the way back to the marital travails of Abedin’s former boss, Hillary Clinton. Smart women with high-profile careers are called hypocrites, traitors to the sisterhood, or at very least deluded because of their loyalty to men who are not good to women and for putting their own careers at risk as a result.
The market may be soft now, but the views, and his investment horizon, are forever.“My family’s been building buildings in New York for 60 years, and we build to own over multiple generations,” Spitzer, 58, said on a tour of the site.