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The Real Deal's edit team will talk about how Albany could shape the real estate industry over the next administration

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On Monday, Oct. 22 at 2:30 p.m. (EST), subscribers will get an inside look at 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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TRD’s senior content director, Jill Noonan, and managing issue editor, Damian Ghigliotty, will talk to reporters Katie Brenzel and Will Parker about how the story took shape, the reporting hurdles along the way and some of the details that did not make it into the final cut.

Do you have questions about how Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s (inevitable) third term could impact development in the city? What would you like to know about TRD’s reporting process? Email us at [email protected] or tweet at us.


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