The January issue is now online

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Jan.January 04, 2012 11:00 AM

The Real Deal’s January issue is now live! This month we are looking ahead to see what 2012 has in store. Despite a somewhat lackluster national economy, there’s a lot to be excited about. Extell Development’s One57, the city’s tallest ever condo, will hit the market on 57th Street, while the Zeckendorf brothers will once again team up with architect Robert A.M. Stern on a Gramercy Park project. On the commercial side, we’ve compiled our first-ever ranking of the city’s top office leasing brokers and ranked the most active private equity firms in 2011. We’re also taking a close look at 3 Columbus Circle leasing, where prospective tenants are reportedly lining up behind recently-confirmed tenant Young & Rubicam. On the residential end, we’re revealing the secrets behind late heiress Huguette Clark’s famous apartments, which remained immaculate despite laying empty for years. Click on the magazine to see the full issue. TRD


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