Letter from the Publisher: We’re live in Los Angeles

TRD now serving three markets

TRD New York /
Jan.January 19, 2016 09:05 AM

The Real Deal, long considered the bible of New York and South Florida real estate and finance, is thrilled to bring its award-winning mix of breaking news and in-depth analysis to Los Angeles.

As the county sees an unprecedented amount of development, with both domestic and foreign capital continuing to flood the area, it’s all the more important that L.A.’s complex and varied submarkets get the serious journalistic coverage they deserve.

I am very pleased to announce that the steward of our newest publication is Hannah Miet, who led real estate coverage for the Los Angeles Business Journal before joining The Real Deal Los Angeles as managing editor.

Hannah’s work has appeared in the New York Times, Newsweek, the Washington Post, Complex Magazine, the Times-Picayune and the Atlantic Wire, among other publications. She lives in Los Angeles’ Echo Park neighborhood.

I know that TRD’s signature blend of up-to-the-minute real estate news, profiles of key and up-and-coming players, industry rankings and behind-the-scenes views will fast become mandatory reading in the L.A. market, as it is in both New York and South Florida, where we have upwards of 2.5 million visits a month online, and a print circulation of nearly 128,000 readers.

We look forward to feedback from our readers on what they’d like to see covered. Also, if you have any news to share, please let us know at [email protected]

Cheers to what’s ahead,

Amir Korangy

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