Highlights from The Real Deal’s 15th anniversary bash

The Real Deal celebrated at the Jane Hotel

TRD New York /
May.May 07, 2018 03:00 PM

What better way to celebrate 15 years as New York City’s go-to real estate source than to throw a party in a city landmark?

The Real Deal recently celebrated its 15th anniversary in the ballroom of the Jane Hotel. Guests soaked in the boutique hotel’s Edwardian charm, mingling under a giant disco ball and the watchful eye of the ballroom’s taxidermied ram.

The event was a veritable who’s who of New York City real estate, counting among its attendees Howard Lorber, Pam Liebman, Joseph McMillan, Bess Freedman, Miki Naftali, Michael Stern, Ofer Yardeni, Kent Swig, Don Peebles, David Von Spreckelsen, Paul Massey, Jay Neveloff, Doug Steiner, Robert Lapidus, Adam Leitman Bailey and Michael Shvo.

If you’re sharing on social, be sure to use the hashtag #TRD15!


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