Check out the digital, iPad-friendly March issue of The Real Deal

TRD New York /
Mar.March 07, 2012 09:00 AM

The digital version of The Real Deal‘s March issue is now live! The digital version is an exact replica of what gets published in glossy print each month perfectly tailored for your computer screen and iPad. Unlike the magazine page of our website, the digital version holds true to the aesthetically pleasing print layout.

The digital version is just one more way you can enjoy The Real Deal‘s coverage of New York City Real estate. In addition to accessing the magazine by becoming a subscriber (click here or on the “subscribe” tab on the top of this page), finding issues on your local newsstand and browsing the stories in an online format (click here or on the “magazine” tab on the top of this page), you can also find the full magazine in a digital, iPad-friendly form above.

Best of all, it’s even easier to share than the print issue. Instead of handing over your coveted copy, just pass the link over to your colleagues. And don’t forget, the digital edition can be accessed all month on the right toolbar of The Real Deal website.


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