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  • Happy Fourth from The Real Deal!

    July 02, 2015 05:20PM

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    The Real Deal wishes its readers a very happy July 4! We will be on a limited posting schedule tomorrow, and we’ll keep an eye out for breaking news. Our weekend edition will resume regular posting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, July 4. — TRD 

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  • The July issue is live!

    July 01, 2015 03:45PM

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    What’s in a name? As real estate crowdfunding platforms take on their biggest deals yet, it’s becoming clearer that the practice bears closer resemblance to the traditional finance sector than to the populist revolution that was promised. [more]

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  • logo-WEB-31-4While you’re whiling away the hours at the beach, we’ll still be toiling to bring you the most interesting items from around the world of real estate in TRD’s Weekend Edition.

    Our coverage on Saturday and Sunday includes residential real estate stories from around the country and abroad, focusing on the hottest deals in luxury and celebrity real estate. We also ferret out interesting lifestyle items in New York City and the Hamptons, and dip into our archives to bring back favorite reader stories from the past.

    But we don’t take a complete hiatus from the hard news — if there’s a breaking story, we’ll be there to report it.

    So, don’t forget to check out The Real Deal’s Weekend Edition. And, like our Facebook page or follow us on Twitter to stay in touch with us on the go.

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    Our mobile version of TRD is now available for the iPad, free of charge to subscribers. Versions for Android and Kindle will be available soon.

    Our iPad app provides the full print version of TRD, plus expanded photo galleries, graphs, charts and a clipping tool that allows users to crop pictures and text to save for later. With the iPad app, readers get the comprehensive content of print, combined with a rich media experience, in the convenience of a digital format.

    Non-subscribers can choose to read a single issue for $2.99, or sign up for an annual subscription for $14.99. Click here to download the app for free.

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    The Real Deal is launching the Hamptons Market Report, a 40-plus page supplement to the July issue of TRD.

    The Hamptons Market Report covers the property scene on the East End, with in-depth reporting on the residential and commercial markets on both Forks. The magazine will include profiles of the Hamptons’ biggest developers, a ranking of top agents in the area, the “Brooklynification” of Greenport, a roundup of the local celebrity real estate scene and much more.

    Subscribe to The Real Deal to receive your free copy of the Hamptons Market Report, which will be poly-bagged with the July issue of TRD.

    For editorial inquiries, email news@therealdeal.com. Email Junaid Zahid at junaid@therealdeal.com to learn more about marketing opportunities. — TRD

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    Take The Real Deal with you. Our mobile version of TRD is now available for the iPad, free of charge to subscribers. Versions for Android and Kindle will be available soon.

    Our iPad app provides the full print version of TRD, plus expanded photo galleries, graphs, charts and a clipping tool that allows users to crop pictures and text to save for later. With the iPad app, readers get the comprehensive content of print, combined with a rich media experience, in the convenience of a digital format.

    Non-subscribers can choose to read a single issue for $2.99, or sign up for an annual subscription for $14.99. Click here to download the app for free.

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    The Real Deal is delighted to announce the inaugural issue of the Hamptons Market Report, a supplement to the July issue of TRD.

    The Hamptons Market Report picks up where The Real Deal leaves off, with in-depth coverage of the residential and commercial scene on the East End. [more]

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  • The June issue is live!

    June 01, 2015 03:28PM
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    The Real Deal June 2015 (Credit for cover art: Chris Manfre)

    Hamptons season is in session as residential brokers descend on the East End, hungry for business. This month, The Real Deal switched up its annual survey of the largest Hamptons brokerages by evaluating firms by dollar volume of listings. [more]

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    is taking its first step into the New Jersey real estate market with the launch of a special supplement, which will be included in the July 2015 issue of the magazine.

    The 40-plus page print supplement will take an in-depth look at the Northern Jersey residential and commercial real estate markets, with a specific focus on Hudson, Bergen, Union and Monmouth counties.

    Topics include a ranking of the area’s biggest residential firms, a look at what’s next for development on the Gold Coast, office and retail coverage and profiles of key industry players.

    Subscribe to the magazine to receive your copy in the June issue, and keep your eyes peeled for the digital version, which will be live on TheRealDeal.com early next week. — TRD

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  • From left: Nikki Field, Joe Moinian and Ziel Feldman

    From left: Nikki Field, Joe Moinian and Ziel Feldman

    Over 3,500 real estate players descended on The Real Deal’s New Development Showcase & Forum Tuesday to trade ideas about the most important issues facing the industry and soak up wisdom from big-name panelists on foreign investment in New York City, the future of crowdfunding and the luxury market. [more]

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    From left: Marty Burger, Dan Miller, Rodrigo Nino and Allen Shayanfekr at The Real Deal’s New Development Showcase and Forum (credit: Eileen AJ Connelly)

    Spend enough time around tech startups, and you will inevitably hear some pretty violent analogies. The business competition at a major trade show is called “Battlefield.” Elon Musk’s ex-wife refers to him as “the Terminator.” And in the early days of real estate crowdfunding, entrepreneurs referred to their field as the “Wild West” – presumably with themselves as pioneers under constant attack from incumbents. [more]

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  • TRD Panel Developers

    From left: Izak Senbahar, Adrienne Albert, Joe Moinian and Ziel Feldman at The Real Deal’s New Development Showcase & Forum (credit: Eileen AJ Connelly)

    Despite astronomical prices and insatiable demand for luxury real estate in Manhattan, developers Joe Moinian and Ziel Feldman see restraint in the market.

    The founders of the Moinian Group and HFZ Capital spoke at The Real Deal’s New Development Showcase & Forum Tuesday, held at the Metropolitan Pavilion, where they were joined by Alexico Group’s Izak Senbahar and the Marketing Directors’ Adrienne Albert. In a wide-ranging discussion, they weighed in on the prices of penthouses; affordable housing; risk and reward; and the mayor’s proposed mansion tax. [more]

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  • From left: Luis D. Ortiz, Ryan Serhant and Fredrik Eklund

    From left: Luis Ortiz, Ryan Serhant and Fredrik Eklund

    Following tomorrow’s development, foreign investment and crowdfunding panels, The Real Deal will sit down for a special Q&A with real estate’s most recognizable (and to some, infamous) reality TV stars — “Million Dollar Listing New York”‘s Fredrik Eklund, Ryan Serhant and Luis Ortiz.

    Moderated by Fox News anchor Cheryl Casone, the panel will put the spotlight on life in the broker fast lane. Follow along on Twitter, and tweet your comments using #TRDForum.

    Click here to buy your tickets and find out more details about The Real Deal‘s new development forum & showcase, set to take place at the Metropolitan Pavilion tomorrow from noon to 6 p.m. (Advance tickets are $25, tickets at the door are $35.)

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    Whether you’re buzzing around the Metropolitan Pavilion, sitting in on one of our panels or tuning in from home, you can check out TRD on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for live updates from The Real Deal‘s real estate forum & showcase, set to take place tomorrow from noon to 6 p.m.

    We’ll be providing up-to-the-minute coverage of tomorrow’s event, which will bring together a crowd of more than 3,500 investors, buyers, brokers, financiers, developers and high-end consumers for a day of networking and deal-making. Follow, tweet and post using #TRDForum to jump in the conversation.

    Click here to buy your tickets and find out more details about The Real Deal‘s new development forum and showcase.

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    The lineup for The Real Deal’s new development showcase and forum is taking shape, with nine new speakers announced for three panels that will cover topics like foreign investment, residential development and financing projects in New York City.

    Once again, TRD is bringing real estate’s top names together for thought-provoking discussion on some of the industry’s biggest issues. The event, which will be hosted at the Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea on Tuesday, May 12th, will feature the likes of HFZ Capital’s Ziel Feldman, the Moinian Group’s Joseph Moinian, Marty Burger of Silverstein Properties, Fundrise co-founder and president Dan Miller, and Nikki Field of Sotheby’s International Realty.

    Along with these panels, The Real Deal will offer a sneak peek of some of the city’s most anticipated projects to a crowd of more than 3,500 investors, buyers, brokers, lenders, developers and high- end consumers–so don’t miss out.

    Click here to purchase purchase tickets for the event. For sponsorship opportunities, call 212-595-6271 or email forum@therealdeal.com.

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  • The April issue is live!

    April 01, 2015 12:30PM

    The Real Deal April 2015

    They’ve brokered billions of dollars in deals, broken records, and launched companies. And they’ve all done it all in a cutthroat and unforgiving industry that’s not known for being kind to novices. This month, The Real Deal polled dozens of sources to shake out the names of the newest crop of real estate’s 35-and-under rising stars, for the cover story of our April issue, now live online.  [more]

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  • What’s hot on TRD Social right now

    March 19, 2015 01:35PM

    1. Al Capone’s former mansion gets facelift for the big screen
    2. Step inside Puck’s $66M penthouse: PHOTOS
    3. Woman killed by flying plywood from Greenwich Lane site

    Like The Real Deal on Facebook for breaking industry stories, links to quirkier pieces and lively conversation about important properties in New York and around the world. [TRD‘s Facebook Page]

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  • What’s hot on TRD Social right now

    March 17, 2015 01:40PM

    1. Here’s how the country’s richest real estate mogul made it
    2. Blackstone buys Chicago’s Wilis Tower for $1.3B
    3. Remembering a time of $100 rents in Brooklyn: MAP

    Like The Real Deal on Facebook for breaking industry stories, links to quirkier pieces and lively conversation about important properties in New York and around the world. [TRD‘s Facebook Page]

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  • What’s hot on TRD Social right now

    March 11, 2015 01:30PM

    1. Here’s how China built a skyscraper in under 3 weeks
    2. Chick-fil-A is on the way
    3. A window into the Waldorf sale

    Like The Real Deal on Facebook for breaking industry stories, links to quirkier pieces and lively conversation about important properties in New York and around the world. [TRD‘s Facebook Page]

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    The Real Deal is excited to announce the launch of our inaugural New Jersey market report, to be included in the June 2015 issue of the magazine.

    The 40-plus page print supplement will take an in-depth look at the Northern Jersey residential and commercial real estate market, with a specific focus on Hudson, Bergen, Union and Monmouth counties.

    Tentative topics include a ranking of the area’s biggest residential firms, a look at what’s next for development on the Gold Coast, office and retail coverage and profiles of key industry players.

    Subscribe to the magazine to receive your copy of the New Jersey market report in the June issue.

    For editorial inquiries, email news@therealdeal.com. Email Nick Mascaro at nm@therealdeal.com to learn more about marketing opportunities.

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