The Real Deal New York

Got a game-changing idea for NYC real estate? Let us know

Submissions will be considered for a story running in the July issue
May 30, 2014 11:16AM

Next month, The Real Deal will highlight some of the innovative ideas shaking up New York City real estate, and we’d love our readers to weigh in. From getting projects financed through crowdfunding to making better decisions by tapping into Big Data, we’re interested in what’s working now, and what the next big thing is.

If you’ve got some thoughts, please drop Hiten Samtani, the reporter on the story, a line at with the subject line “Innovative Ideas.” Please keep your submissions NYC-specific. Deadline is June 7.

  • cobblehillite

    preserve 20,000 units of affordable housing with little direct city, state or federal dollars. 1. means test (income certify) all rent stabilized tenants 2. those whose income exceeds 175% AMI go to market rate (owner will have to upgrade apartment) 3. the low rent received by these wealthy folks go to income-eligible people in other units in the community — new landlord will receive a subsidy for these units similar to SCRIE. 4. city collects more tax revenue as value of both of the units increase…..

  • profile david gruber