The Real Deal’s April issue is now available to all subscribers

Inside: A look inside New York's "ghost towers," a ranking of the city's top office leasing firms and more

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Apr.April 01, 2019 01:00 PM

The Real Deal’s April 2019 issue

The Real Deal’s April issue is now live, and digital subscribers to TRD are getting the first look at what’s inside. Subscribers now have access to stories including:

A deep dive into how many of Manhattan’s luxury condos are owned by people who don’t live there
– Why a growing number of industry players thinks cannabis is the next big thing, despite it being a tricky gamble
– A ranking of NYC’s top lenders for luxury homes, as well as our annual tally of the top office leasing brokerages
– A look at which commercial real estate brokerages are winning and losing on Wall Street since going public
– The Closing interview with David Kramer

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 April 6.


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