Presenting the iPad-friendly, digital edition of The Real Deal‘s April issue

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Apr.April 03, 2012 09:00 AM

The digital edition of the April issue of The Real Deal is now live! Click below to digitally flip through The Real Deal‘s coverage of the New York City real estate industry on your computer screen or iPad. It combines the beauty of the full print issue with the convenience of the online format. And it’s really easy to share.

See this month’s stories about how developers cozy up to Mayor Michael Bloomberg, why broker teams are becoming more appealing in residential real estate and what the next steps are for real estate investment firm the Carlyle Group.

The digital edition will be available all month on the right toolbar of The Real Deal’s website and is one of many ways to enjoy its signature coverage of the industry. You can also access 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 or browsing the stories in an online format (click here or on the “magazine” tab on the top of this page).


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