The Real Deal’s inaugural tri-state issue is now available to all subscribers

Inside: Opportunity Zones outside the city, co-working in the 'burbs + more

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Feb.February 19, 2019 01:30 PM

The Real Deal’s inaugural tri-state issue

The Real Deal’s first-ever tri-state issue is live, and digital subscribers to TRD are getting the first look at what’s inside.

Subscribers now have access to stories including:

Senior living: How developers are reaping the benefits of building retirement homes and managed care centers
OZs outside the big city: How brokers, developers and fund managers are trying to capitalize on Opportunity Zones in the suburbs
Co-working’s evolution in the outer markets, and how shared office space in the suburbs differs from its urban counterpart
– How the rise of e-commerce and New Jersey’s status as a key transit hub is driving a red-hot industrial market
– A look at the biggest home trades to hit the Hamptons last year

Not a subscriber? Get out Print + Digital plan now, which includes the tri-state issues.

The tri-state issues will be published in February, May, August and November of 2019 and 55,000 copies will be distributed across all markets.


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