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

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May.May 01, 2019 02:00 PM
The Real Deal's May cover

The Real Deal’s May cover

The Real Deal’s May 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 the Big Brother-style tactics increasingly being used in NYC real estate

– A breakdown of all of the closed sales at the ultra-luxe (and record-breaking) Zeckendorf tower 520 Park Avenue

– The changes firms have (and have not) made in the wake of the #MeToo movement — and the new liability landscape

– A ranking of the city’s top construction firms — for both ground-up projects and renovations

– A close-up on the Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund that got burned on the Chrysler Building sale

– Why Boston Properties is besting its competition, but could be tested big-time during the next downturn

– The Closing interview with Suri Kasirer

And plenty more!

Subscribe now to read the issue in full!

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


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