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Feb.February 06, 2013 10:00 AM

With Trulia, the Carlyle Group and Realogy all going public in 2012, could 2013 possibly be as big for real estate IPOs? That is what reporter C. J. Hughes asks in IPOs on the horizon in the February edition of The Real Deal, which is available online today. In Changes for Citi, Katherine Clarke takes a behind-the-scenes look at the recent shake-up at Citi Habitats following the decampment of its rental director Gordon Golub, while, on the same cover, investigating who really owns NYC’s biggest real estate firms.

Adam Pincus adds up what’s in the construction pipeline for 2013, profiles Extell Development’s Gary Barnett and reports on the state of the commercial marketHayley Kaplan delves into real estate litigation. Leigh Kamping-Carder walks the red carpet to the REBNY ballroom. And Candace Taylor has a Burger on a roll.

To read these stories and dozens more click here or on the “Magazine” tab at the top of the website. —Christopher Cameron


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