TRD publisher Amir Korangy wants to take you on a bike ride

Subscribe now for an informative — and entertaining — two-wheel tour of new development on the High Line

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Oct.October 09, 2018 02:00 PM

It’s a bird… It’s a plane… It’s The Real Deal publisher Amir Korangy on a bike — and he’s taking the first several people who sign up for a digital subscription on a bike tour of new development on the High Line!

Register now  using the code BIKETOUR and join Amir and others in the industry on Thursday, Oct. 18 at 12 p.m. for a leisurely look at all the new projects popping up in the Hudson Yards neighborhood. We’ll let you know where to meet early next week.

This is a BYOB (bring your own bike) tour, but not to worry if you don’t own a two-wheeler, we’ll send details on where you can rent a bike nearby to the lucky subscribers who qualify.

Space is limited, so subscribe now!


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