New Year’s resolution: Read The Real Deal’s January issue, now available to subscribers

Inside: Spitzer speaks, elevator accidents investigation and more

Jan.January 02, 2019 01:00 PM

The Real Deal‘s January 2019 issue

The Real Deal’s first issue of 2019 is live, and digital subscribers to TRD are getting the first look at what’s inside.

Subscribers now have access to stories including:

The Closing interview with Eliot Spitzer (the former governor-turned-real estate scion dishes on clashing with financial titans, second chances and helming the real estate empire his dad built)
– A behind-the-scenes look at 550 Madison’s messy makeover
A special investigation into elevator accidents, which found lapses by mechanics with little training and failure by inspectors to identify hazards, address complaints and conduct inspections
Broker side hustles, from whiskey to pink water
– The large supply of new condo inventory in the Brooklyn market

And plenty more!

Subscribe now to stay one step ahead of the NYC real estate game.

Non-subscribers will get access to TRD’s magazine stories on Jan. 6.

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