Calling all subscribers: Get the inside scoop on TRD’s October cover story

Talk to the newsroom about how Albany could shape the real estate industry over the next administration

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Oct.October 10, 2018 09:50 AM

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Join The Real Deal’s editors and reporters on Monday, Oct. 22 at 2:30 p.m. for our next subscribers-only conference call.

TRD’s senior content director, Jill Noonan, and managing issue editor, Damian Ghigliotty, will talk to reporters Katie Brenzel and Will Parker about our October cover story, which dives deep into the interplay between Albany politics and the New York City real estate industry.

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