Coming soon: The March/April issue of Luxury Listings NYC

The second home market, baby boomers and real estate, spring design trends and more

New York /
Feb.February 24, 2014 10:10 AM

Readers interested in Manhattan’s glitziest and most exclusive properties should check out Luxury Listings NYC, The Real Deal’s sister publication.

In our upcoming March/April issue, we take a look at the vacation home market — including a breakdown of last-minute ski getaways — as well as offer real estate advice for baby boomers as they approach retirement. In addition, we peek inside the Manhattan homes of A-listers, reveal must-have spring home accessories and examine how social media tools like Instagram are being used to seal deals in today’s super-competitive market. Luxury Listings NYC will also feature its regular coverage of high-end property news in each Manhattan neighborhood.

The glossy, bi-monthly magazine — a must-read for buyers, sellers and renters — is a cheat sheet for everything Manhattanites need to know about their neighborhood, From New Buildings Going Up On Their Street to what their home is worth to where the market is headed.

Luxury Listings NYC has the widest distribution of any publication in Manhattan, reaching more than 100,000 doorsteps — that’s more than the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.

For more information, click here.

To subscribe to Luxury Listings NYC, email [email protected] or call 1-855-703-9671. Subscriptions are free for Manhattan residents.

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