Digital subscribers: TRD’s October issue will be live on Monday

Early access to our deep dive into Albany politics, a look inside the shakeup at JLL, top law firm ranking & more

TRD New York /
Sep.September 26, 2018 03:30 PM

The Real Deal’s October issue will available to all subscribers on Oct. 1

The Real Deal’s October 2018 issue is almost here, and it’s jam-packed with juicy stories and rankings.

On Monday, digital subscribers will get first dibs on reading the magazine, with coverage of topics including:

– The shakeup at JLL
– Our annual ranking of top real estate law firms
– The new political dynamics in Albany
– The condo amenity backlash

And plenty more!

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