Calling all subscribers: Get the scoop on co-working during our next conference call

TRD's Jill Noonan will talk to reporters Konrad Putzier and Will Parker

TRD New York /
Nov.November 09, 2018 02:15 PM

“Why haven’t you subscribed to The Real Deal yet?”

Join The Real Deal’s editorial staff on Tuesday, November 13 at 2 p.m. for our next subscribers-only conference call.

TRD’s senior content director, Jill Noonan will talk to reporters Konrad Putzier and Will Parker about our November cover story, which explores New York’s co-working boom and how the industry is going more corporate (besides those who are keeping it cool.)

Do you have questions about the future of co-working? What would you like to know about TRD’s reporting process? Email us at [email protected] or tweet at us.

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