Real estate takes center stage in City Council races

TRD's guide to the contests to watch this November
By Guelda Voien | October 04, 2013 10:30AM

From the October issue: As the saying goes, all politics is local. And in New York City, local politics matters as much as it does anywhere else — especially when it comes to real estate. Indeed, developers must often win approval for their projects from community boards, the borough president and, of course, the City Council.

This month, The Real Deal also provides a cheat sheet on the City Council seats up for grabs, and who has the industry’s support.

Real estate takes center stage in City Council races

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