The September issue is live!

Who stands to lose the most if the market tanks, NYC's biggest developers, and more

New York /
Sep.September 01, 2015 04:54 PM

The new Swiss bank account. The parking spot for the wealth of the global elite. Many view New York real estate as a safe haven for investment, but what happens if the market crashes again? And who stands to lose the most? The Real Deal tried to answer these questions and more in our September cover story, “Who will be holding the bag?,” now available online.

We take an in-depth look at the city’s most active residential developers, with a ranking of the builders putting the most units in the ground (and the sky) in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx and Staten Island.

As deals get bigger and bigger, the suits making them happen also get richer and more powerful. We look at the law firms with the biggest real estate practices, and the women and men driving them to new heights.

There are heaps more in this issue, including profiles of StreetEasy’s Susan Daimler and developer Toby Moskovits and a look at Indian investors.

Finally, in our Closing interview, Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen talks about the Albany “schlep” and being politically incorrect.

To read the issue, click here or on the magazine tab on the top left of the homepage. Enjoy! — Hiten Samtani


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