TRD’s LA Market Report coming this September

Special supplement to include ranking of top brokerages, profiles of key players and more

TRD New York /
Jul.July 12, 2016 03:40 PM
 

The Real Deal is picking up stakes and heading out west! The inaugural edition of our Los Angeles Market Report will be included with the September issue of the magazine.

Our newest special issue will shine a spotlight on the City of Angels, with in-depth coverage of the residential and commercial real estate scenes in neighborhoods from Downtown to Koreatown, and from Hollywood to Beverly Hills. We’ll rank the area’s top brokerages and biggest commercial developments, while profiling key local players.

We’ll also be diving into a hotel building boom that is slated to put thousands of new rooms on the market, and chronicling the celebrity homes that are up for grabs.

Subscribe to the magazine to receive your copy of the Los Angeles Market Report, which will be poly-wrapped with the September issue of The Real Deal. And, for daily coverage of the L.A. market, visit TRD LA.

For advertising inquiries, please contact Frankie Morales at [email protected]; for editorial information, please contact Alex Tarquinio at [email protected] — TRD


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