The Real Deal New York

The Real Deal’s October issue is live!

Inside: New York real estate prepares for a reset in Albany
October 08, 2018 02:00PM

September’s primary pushed Andrew Cuomo to the left, while most of the Independent Democratic Conference — six out of eight candidates — were forced out.

This month’s cover package dove into what Cuomo and Letitia James — the anticipated victors of November’s election for governor and Attorney General, respectively — along with a revamped Senate, will mean for real estate.

Elsewhere in the issue, there’s a profile of the Children’s Investment Fund, which has provided more than $6 billion in loans to projects in the city; and another about start-up Cadre, which has been valued at as much as $2 billion. Another story takes a look at whether the allure of “attainable luxury” in Hudson Square can last.

The issue also details Bob Knakal’s move to JLL and what it means for the brokerage’s investment sales team. There’s also a ranking of law firms with the largest real estate practices.

This month’s Closing is with architect David Rockwell — you can give it a read or watch the video!

All readers can now view the October issue of TRD by clicking here or on the “Magazine” tab on the top left of the homepage. All magazine content will be available to subscribers only until the second week of the month. It will be available to all readers after that period. Enjoy! Kathryn Brenzel