The Real Deal’s Data Book is getting a makeover

TRD New York /
Jan.January 04, 2017 11:35 AM

The Real Deal is completely redesigning its Data Book, now in its 12th edition. The industry’s most comprehensive collection of information on the New York-area real estate market will sport more pictures and a new look, bringing more of the style and energy TRD‘s flagship magazine is well known for.

Now with a greater focus on industry players and rankings of top residential agents, commercial brokers, law firms and more, the Data Book gives you essential statistics that serve as context for the residential and commercial industries. It’s an encyclopedic annual record that users return to as a reference point for the current year and years past.

The Data Book will arrive with the February issue of The Real Deal.

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