Happy Birthday to us! The Real Deal turns 8.

TRD New York /
Apr.April 04, 2011 04:55 PM
Amir Korangy, publisher of The Real Deal

This month marks the eight-year anniversary of The Real Deal. The publication has grown from a three-person team working out of Publisher Amir Korangy’s apartment to a 28-person company with modern digs at 158 West 29th Street. As the Los Angeles Times wrote in a profile on the company, The Real Deal has become the must-read for real estate insiders.” That is evident in its reach to more than 130,000 readers in print and over 500,000 visitors online monthly. Besides subscribers and online visitors, the magazine is distributed at newstands throughout the city, to lobbies in the city’s most exclusive apartment and office buildings as well as in first and business class
cabins on four of the country’s largest airlines. The Real Deal is proud of all it has accomplished in its eight years from covering the biggest stories in the city to hosting a hugely successful annual forum to producing an upcoming documentary on renowned architect Costas Kondylis for PBS. We hope to see you at the May premiere! TRD


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