The Real Deal‘s October issue is now available to subscribers!

Inside A-Rod's property playbook, WeWork landlords bracing for the worst, ranking NYC's top real estate law firms and more

TRD New York /
Oct.October 01, 2019 01:00 PM

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

– Our cover package on A-Rod’s real estate playbook — including his first big push into the New York City market

WeWork landlords brace for the worst as the co-working company cancels its IPO and shakes up its C-suite

– Ranking NYC’s top real estate attorneys in the thick of an uncertain market

– Inside Rodrigo Niño’s struggling Prodigy platform

– New York developers rush the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange post-crash

– The latest Stuy Town saga as Blackstone reverses course on shelving vacant units

– The Closing interview with veteran architect Steven Holl, who saw his design of the long-stalled Hunters Point Library cross the finish line after 10 years

And plenty more!

Subscribe now to read the issue in full!

Non-subscribers will get access to TRD’s magazine stories on October 10th.


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