The Real Deal is heading to the Hamptons!

Special supplement will cover residential, commercial real estate on the East End

TRD New York /
Jun.June 20, 2016 01:45 PM

The Real Deal is shipping out to the East End for the second installment of our Hamptons Market Report, which will be included in the July issue of the magazine.

The market report picks up where The Real Deal leaves off, with in-depth coverage of the residential and commercial real estate scenes on Long Island’s East End. Once again, the supplement will include a ranking of the area’s top residential brokers and brokerages, a comprehensive overview of the priciest homes on the North and South Fork, and a close look at what Hamptons rentals went for this summer.

Along with our regular coverage, we’ll be diving into how Airbnb has reshaped the rental market and some of the challenges of building on the East End. We also sit down with celebrated architect Richard Meier, and talk with the mayor of Sagaponack, which is the richest zip code in the United States.

Subscribe to the magazine to receive your copy of the Hamptons Market Report, which will be poly-bagged with the July issue of The Real Deal.

For editorial inquiries, email Heather Grossmann at [email protected]. Email Junaid Zahid at [email protected] to learn more about advertising opportunities. — TRD

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