The February issue is now online

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Feb.February 01, 2012 12:30 PM

The Real Deal’s February issue is now live! This month we’re looking at prominent developer Edward Minskoff, a man with a long history of betting on the market, and his speculative office tower on Astor Place. We’re also catching up with Anthony Lolli, the young founder of Rapid Realty, who’s emerged from nowhere to put down his stake in the outer boroughs real estate world. Lolli has quietly built up a franchise network of residential brokerages with 51 locations in the city, and nearly 800 agents, putting it up there with the biggest firms in the city. We’ve also compiled a ranking of luxury brokers operating in the Manhattan market, many of whom have risen up through the ranks by their own efforts. Finally, we’re sitting down with hotelier Ian Schrager, who is working with Marriott to bring his Edition hotel chain to the Madison Square Park Clock Tower. Click on the magazine to see the full issue. TRD


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