Coming soon: TRD’s annual NJ special issue

Gain insights on the Garden State real estate market

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Jun.June 08, 2018 11:45 AM

The Real Deal’s New Jersey special issue, dropping this July, offers our readers news and analysis exclusive to the state’s real estate scene.

This special issue will be delivered to 10,000 industry professionals with an active interest in New Jersey properties.

Features in this issue will include:

— Ranking the top residential brokerages in Morris, Bergen, Hudson, Essex and Passaic counties
— Sizing up Atlantic City’s hotel market: what the Hard Rock project portends for the competition
— Ranking the top multifamily developers in Northern New Jersey
— Investigating SJP Properties and Aetna Realty’s $1B Newark hub project

In anticipation of this special issue, please have a glance back at our 2017 special issue.

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