The July issue is now online

TRD New York /
Jul.July 03, 2012 01:15 PM

The Real Deal‘s July issue is now live online! This month, we’ve released our annual ranking of the city’s residential listing agents, which shows  Brown Harris Stevens broker John Burger overtaking BHS colleague Paula Del Nunzio for the top spot. Burger doubled his listings volume in the last year to $411.7 million.

We also take a look at the various new condominiums lingering on the market and what’s in the pipeline for the near future. And The Real Deal chronicles Wells Fargo’s attempt to increase its New York City mortgage market share and fill the remaining units in some of the aforementioned condos.

On the commercial side, The Real Deal sheds light on Plaza developer Miki Naftali’s newest venture, called The Naftali Group, which already has eight projects in the works. We also break down Canadian brokerage Avison Young’s invasion of the city’s office leasing scene.

Finally, we interview Seth Pinsky for this month’s “The Closing” feature, and he talks about how he landed at the city’s Economic Development Corp., announces his wife is expecting a child and talks about his future as Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s third term comes to a close.

To see the complete issue online, click here, or on the “Magazine” tab at the top of the website. — TRD


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