Coming this February: The Real Deal’s annual Data Book

TRD New York /
Jan.January 22, 2018 02:00 PM

It’s almost here! The Real Deal’s highly anticipated annual Data Book will be arriving with our February 2018 issue.

The 2018 Data Book is an essential compendium of last year’s real estate rankings, record-setting figures and statistics, written for industry insiders. TRD’s real estate almanac spans the residential, development and commercial sectors and includes highlights from throughout the year.

Inside this year’s Data Book you will find lists of the top residential brokers and brokerages, biggest projects across boroughs, most active architects, largest commercial transactions and top investment sales firms and much, much more.

New additions this year include a guide to the top general contractors, a ranking of property managers and top law firms by the value of closings they represented, among others.

Limited advertising opportunities are still available. Please contact [email protected] or at 212.260.1332 for more information.

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