The Landlord Knocks

Chicago is still zapping moneyman Barry Sullivan, even though he decamped for New York a year ago. The latest: His landlord back in the Toddlin' Town is suing the former First Chicago chairman for $13,226 in back rent on Sullivan's Gold Coast digs. That's for three months in 1992 when the place stood vacant before the lease expired. Sullivan, now New York City's deputy mayor for finance and economic development, says the Sudler Nagy real estate outfit has waited till now to pressure him through embarrassment while his boss, Mayor David Dinkins faces a tight election.

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