Check out Luxury Listings NYC!

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Feb.February 26, 2013 04:00 PM

Be sure to check out The Real Deal‘s newest publication, Luxury Listings NYC. This glossy magazine features the most expensive and unique residential property listings the city has to offer, with dedicated coverage on happenings in each Manhattan micro-neighborhood.

The magazine is a cheat sheet for everything Manhattan residents need to know about their ’hood, from what their home is worth to where the market is headed to New Buildings Going Up On Their Street. We also include advice for buyers, sellers and renters on navigating the city’s real estate terrain.

“People’s infatuation with New York City apartments is twofold,” said Amir Korangy, publisher of The Real Deal and Luxury Listings NYC. “On one hand, they are blown away by how many people can live in a 300-square-foot studio with a single window facing the innards of a building, and on the other hand, they are blown away by how an apartment can be worth $50 million or more. While we don’t focus on bargain apartments, we will extensively chronicle the latter and will allow readers to peek into these amazing homes.”

Luxury Listings has the widest distribution of any publication in Manhattan, reaching more than 100,000 doorsteps — larger than that of the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal — thanks to our partnership with the city’s largest print distributor, Mitchell’s NY.

“In addition to regular, dedicated pages on every Manhattan neighborhood in each issue (something the various real estate sections around town surprisingly don’t offer), we also write all our stories with the understanding that readers in Manhattan care about money and are sophisticated when it comes to their finances,” said Stuart Elliott, editor in chief for The Real Deal and Luxury Listings. “We don’t underestimate our readers.”

The Real Deal has become the preeminent source of news for real estate professionals over the past nine years, and we’ve won awards and greatly grown our coverage and readership along the way,” Elliott added. “We feel there is a similar place for coverage for the general reader.”

See the inaugural issue of Luxury Listings below.


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