“The Closing” book available for purchase, download

Candid conversations with moguls, starchitects and a host of other industry heavyweights

TRD New York /
Sep.September 29, 2016 11:24 AM

“The Closing” book features 100 candid interviews with industry heavyweights, who share the good, the bad and the ugly they faced while climbing to the top, and for some, falling from grace. The collection is drawn from nearly a decade of The Real Deal’s back-page interview, The Closing, one of the most popular features with readers since the magazine’s inception.

In no-holds-barred conversations, we learn about the tough times and the triumphs of luminaries like Charles Kushner, who spent his time in prison mentoring younger inmates; and Stephen Ross, who spent as much time as a school boy in the principal’s office as he does now in boardrooms.

The book is a must-read for anyone fascinated by these very human stories of the grit and determination it took to conquer the world of New York City real estate. It is available for purchase here, or can be downloaded through The Real Deal‘s app on iTunes and Google Play.

The book is also available on Amazon and Shopify.


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