The Real Deal New York

From the archives: Real estate’s hot new tech entrepreneurs

These startups are betting their tech will transform the industry

August 13, 2015 03:28PM
By Hiten Samtani

A 3D rendering of office space Credit: Floored)

A 3D rendering of office space (Credit: Floored)

Compared to other major New York City industries, real estate is notoriously slow to innovate. A conservative business dominated for decades by the same handful of families, real estate hasn’t developed the equivalent of high-frequency trading, which rocked the securities industry, or BuzzFeed, the news-and-entertainment website that’s shaking up media advertising.

There are, however, some new kids on the block who are successfully challenging the way the real estate business is done. Read the full story from the October 2013 issue after the jump.